Ahmed Qasim Aljum'aa and Social and Cultural life


Professor AlJum'aa is considered on of the pioneer professors at Mosul University, who mastered the specialization of history and Islamic archeological studies, especially the Mosuli ones. he has apparent fingerprints in terms of the excavations works and the field work in the remains of the Islamic archeological sites in the old city of Mosul, documenting the architectural and artistic elements including the minarets, domes, vaults, entrances, mihrabs, windows, porthole, columns, ornamental and writing ribbons, memorial boards, gravestones and their caskets using a professional and academic approaches by means of making about two thousand engineering sketches and artistic painting in addition to hundreds of photos of ruins which were erased mostly and therefore they became an important source to study those ruins. The current study was divided into two sections, preceded by an introduction and followed by a conclusion. The first section tackled Ahmed Qasim Aljum'aa career reviewing his carrer performance in the field of educationa, while section two was dedicated to his career in the academic domain and his performace at Mosul University as a professor. The study showed that Ahmed Qasim Aljum'aa had served in the Republic of Iraq for (41) years, 5 months, he spent eight years of which working as a teacher at schools of Nineveh governorate and the rest of this period was a university service. He occupied many important positions at Mosul University including the admin manager of Mosul University Chancellorship from (1976-1980).