Journal Information

Publisher: Mosul Studies Center


Editor-in-chief: Assistant Professor Dr. Maysoon Thanoon al-'Abaychi

ISSN: 1815-8854

Rich text in the popular tales of MosulReading in the compositions and the significance

Batul Hamdi Al-Bustani

Derasat Mosulia Journal, 2009, Volume 5, Issue 27, Pages 1-16

The Title is the key that lightens the hole text and uncovers all its secrets, it presents a minor structure cannot be separated from the major structure below. According to that it was very important to choose the title (The Luster of the text in mosul's folk lour stories) for our research. This research consists of two subjects the first is about the structural construction of the titles of the stories, the second one deals with the semantic construction by illustrating the relation between the title and it's narrative text. In addition the research deals with the relation between the title and the textual opening in one hand and the script and the textual end.

What is not said by my helmetAnalytic Study of Description in Faris Saadaldeen Narratives

Nabhan Hasson Al-Sadoon

Derasat Mosulia Journal, 2009, Volume 5, Issue 27, Pages 17-42

Narrative description constructs a new world based on literary language rules and not symmetry rules. Description is a process of moving reality to the receiver mind from a material image to a literary one. This study examines description in Faris Saadaldeen through his narrative collection (what is not said by my helmet) as it is characterized by consistent artistic techniques and contained various descriptive passages and expressions describing characters, events, places and things.
The study consists of an introduction and four sections. The introduction deals with the concept of description, its functions and relation with narration and brief review of the author life and his literary works are presented. Section one examines description restricted narration through descriptive narration and directive narration. Section two deals with free description through the description indicating an internal affection, description introducing the event and the description indicating the event. Sections three and four both deal with classified and expressive description through character, event, place and thing description.
The study is based on an analytical study of the descriptive texts in Faris Saadaldeen narratives to reveal the aesthetic and artistic values and their significance.

The Poem of Iraq By Bushra Al-bustany A reading in the aesthetic prosodic overlapping

kasem M. mohammed

Derasat Mosulia Journal, 2009, Volume 5, Issue 27, Pages 43-76

The research represent a reading in the poem if Iraq by Bushra Al-bustany. The poem was written in September 1991. when Iraq was getting through a critical political struggle which may lead to a cata sphoric future. The poetess shows how Iraq Suffers from torture. She embodies symbolic Views through poetic montage. in which the rhythm varies according to her strong passion , and her own experience. The poetess hictes behind the text deep indications. She gave herself the right in using the poetic structure and rhythm , So the text became a symbolic painting with different rhythm. The content of the poem was gathered by one semantic string. we can see through it different indication such as a live past paralleled to miserable present. They express times , events , civilizations Knowledge and dilemma past by the country. on the other hand , they portrait the present situation of the nation which strive due to accidental external factors. The text may give prophecies which can be seen later.

Professor Duraid Abdul AlKadar Al NooriScientific Participation in thoughts and Islamic history

Thanoon . Y. Al Taee

Derasat Mosulia Journal, 2009, Volume 5, Issue 27, Pages 77-102

Professor Duraid Abdul AlKadar Al Noori one of the Must important to achievement in scientific research which treated scientific historical case in specialization Islamic civilization history, he participated in historical war crusade and Islamic spread in African, we attempt to concentrate effort to the king of scientific effort.

Mosul Industrial School from Lateof Ottoman Empire Until 1958

Amer Bello Ismail

Derasat Mosulia Journal, 2009, Volume 5, Issue 27, Pages 103-118

This paper follows up conditions of Mosul industrial school during the period that extended from Late of Ottoman Empire Until 1958 .In course of that period the school witnessed plenty of problems , such as the financial problem which occurred because the short of governmental expenditure on the school and equipments .repeatedly, the financial shortage leads to close and re-open the school in short times.Also, this affected the future of its poor and orphan pupils plus school general condition by fetching unqualified teachers from the local artisans .Moreover, the school suffered from the narrowness of its building from its establishment until 1950s.

Relieves as Evidence of Assyrian Military Campaigns against Babylon Between 851- 648 B.C

Ahmed Zidan Al-Hadidi

Derasat Mosulia Journal, 2009, Volume 5, Issue 27, Pages 119-142

The present study sheds lights on the Assyrian military campaigns against Babylon during the Neo-Assyrian period in the artistic landscapes and reliefs that carved of the walls of the Assyrians palaces in their capitals. These inscriptions were painted with the plants and trees that were grown in the swamps and marshes in southern region of the country. These paintings show that Babylonia were included under the Assyrian control during the first millennium B.C.

Problems of Mosul City Teachers in theCountry Secondary Schools : Feild study

abdulrazak S. mahmood

Derasat Mosulia Journal, 2009, Volume 5, Issue 27, Pages 143-170

The research deals with problems and difficulties faced by city dweller teachers in rural secondary schools. It aims at revealing those hardships from the social, economical and educational aspects. The research sample consists of (60) teachers from Mosul. In collecting data, the researcher used a questionnaire as a basic tool. The researcher came to some conclusions that most teachers suffer from domestic and economical difficulties. Domestically, they feel unable to perform their duties to their families. Economically, they can not afford enough money in paying the costs of transportation. There are also some problems, concerning their educational work.