الدكتور جعفر حمزة الجوذري

                    

 جامعة القادسية

(((السيرة الذاتية)))

 

 

الـبـيـانـات الـشـخـصـيـة

الاسم الثلاثي واللقب

جعفر حمزة عبدالحسين الجوذري

عنوان السكن :

بابل/ القاسم

التولد ومسقط الرأس :

1977- بابل

رقم الموبايل :

07822072680

هوية الأحوال المدنية :

عراقي

البريد الالكتروني:

Jaafar.jotheri@qu.edu.iq

 

التعليم/ المؤهلات الـعـلـمـية

الشهادة

التخصص

الجامعة

سنة التخرج

بكلوريوس

علوم الجيولوجيا

الموصل

2000

ماجستير

جيولوجيا هندسية

بغداد

2004

دكتوراه

جيولوجيا اثرية

 Durhamبريطانيا

2016

 

معلومات وظيفية

تاريخ أول تعيين في دوائر الدولة

لا يوجد

تاريخ المباشرة في التعليم العالي

12/07/2006

تاريخ المباشرة في جامعة القادسية

12/07/2006

 

المناصب :

ت

المنصب

خلال الفترة

من

الى

1

مقرر قسم الاثار

2006

2009

2

مدير قسم البعثات في رئاسة الجامعة

2009

2011

3

معاون عميد للشؤون العلمية

2016

لحد الان

 

الالقاب العلمية

اللقب العلمي

تاريخ الحصول عليه

مدرس مساعد

12/07/2006

مدرس

2/8/2009

المحاضرات الدراسية

ت

المحاضرات

1

مساحة ورسم هندسي

2

جيولوجيا اثرية

3

لغة انكليزية

التشكرات

ت

كتاب الشكر

1

     من رئيس الجامعة 4

2

من عميد الكلية 6

المؤتمرات العلمية  والندوات والمشاركات الاكاديمية

اسم المؤتمر او الندوة

1.      Jotheri, 2017. Ancient irrigation system in southern Mesopotamia, Bologna University, Itay.

2.      Jotheri, J. 2016. Why palaeochannels are important and how can it be documented?.A talk in the workshop entitled “ Using satellite imagery in archaeological survey” held in June 26th 2016 in the Archaeology Department / Durham University to train 6 Iraqi archaeologists  visiting the British Museum.

3.      Jotheri, J. 2016. The irrigation system in Southern Mesopotamia: the myths and reality of sustainability. A talk in the annual conference “Comparative water technology” that held in UCL from 15th-16th April 2016.http://www.ucl.ac.uk/archaeology/calendar/conferences/water-technologies/Program_and_timetable.pdf

4.      Jotheri, J. 2015.  Tell Wilayah and the Eastern Watercourses of Iraq . A talk at a workshop on the southern Iraqi archaeological site of Tell Wilayah, at SOAS, University of London – 21st November 2015.

5.      Jotheri, J. 2015. Geoarcaheological understanding of palaeochannel in the Southern Mesopotamia – Iraq. The international symposium of the Mesopotamian studies, Osaka University, Japan, 8th -15th November 2015.

6.      Jotheri, j., Allen, M. B. and Philip, G. (2015) “Baguette levee” features in the Mesopotamian floodplain: a new term in river geomorphology. 7th – 9th September 2015, The Annual meeting of the British Society for Geomorphology, Southampton University, UK. http://www.geomorphology.org.uk/sites/default/files/BSG%20meeting%202015_Conference_Brochure_0.pdf.

7.      Jotheri, J., Wilkinson, T. J., and Allen, M. B. (2015) Dujailapalaeocanal in Southern Mesopotamia: A major canal with a large number of associated settlements. International Water History Conference – Delft, The Netherlands, June 23th -27th 2015. http://www.iwha.net/conference/detailed%20program%20iwha%202015.pdf

8.      Jotheri, J., Wilkinson, T. J., and Allen, M. B. (2015) To what extent may palaeochannels be accurately dated on the basis of their associated settlements?. The annual conference of the British Association of Near East Archaeology (BANEA) , University College London Conference (7-10/1/2015)http://banealcane.org/banea/files/2014/01/BANEA2015Schedule-final-prog.pdf

9.      Jotheri, J., Wilkinson, T. J., and Allen, M. B. (2014) Reconstruction and dating of palaeochannel of Ur area, southern Mesopotamia – Iraq. Annual meeting of the British Society for Geomorphology, Manchester University, UK. http://www.geomorphology.org.uk/annual_general_meetings

10.  Jotheri, J., Wilkinson, T. J., and Allen, M. B., (2014) Dating ancient river in the Mesopotamian floodplain. Annual conference of the British Association of Near East Archaeology (BANEA), Reading University, UK. http://www.reading.ac.uk/archaeology/Conferences/BANEA/

11.  Jotheri, j., Wilkinson, T. J., and & Allen, M. B., (2013) Reconstruction of ancient rivers in the Najaf wetland area – Southern Mesopotamia. Developing International Geoarchaeology conference 2013 and International Workshop on Archaeological Soil Micromorphology Basel, Switzerland, 2nd-6th September 2013. http://geoarch.ipna.unibas.ch/WASM&DIG/registration/WASM&DIG-2013_Abstract_Book.pdf

12.  Jotheri, J. (2013) Risks and advantages of doing a fieldwork in Iraq. Institute of Hazard, Risk and Resilience, IHRR PG Forum on 24th May at Joachim Room Hild and Bede College, Durham University, UK http://ihrrblog.org/2013/05/15/ihrr-postgraduate-forum-doing-fieldwork-challenges-and-opportunities

13.  Jotheri, J. (2011) Evidences of Paleoflood in Lower Mesopotamian Floodplain. The Geological Society of America (GSA), FRAGILE EARTH: Geological Processes from Global to Local Scales and Associated Hazards (4-7 September 2011). https://gsa.confex.com/gsa/2011FE/finalprogram/abstract_189329.htm , http://www.geosociety.org/meetings/2011munich/documents/GeoMunichProgramme.pdff

14.  Jotheri, J. (2011) shifting River and the emergence and disappearance of the marshes in southern of Mesopotamia and its relations with ancient human settlements. American Geological Society, Personalized Itinerary Planner and Abstract Book, March 21 – 25, 2011, AGU-CC11CP. http://www.agu.org/meetings/chapman/2010/ecall/program/itineraryplanner.pdf

15.  Jotheri, J. (2009) Shifting river courses and ancient Mesopotamian settlement patterns on the flood plain of south Iraq .Lecture on 22-04-2009 in Institute of Archaeology UCL / UK.

16.  Jotheri, J. (2009) Evaluation of archaeological survey by remote sensing GIS and field survey in part of Babylon Province – middle of Iraq. Geoarchaeology 2009 – Landscape to Laboratory and Back Again 15th -17th April 2009, Sheffield, UK. http://www.sheffield.ac.uk/archaeology/2.4337/geoarchaeology

17.  Jotheri, J. (2008) Impact of rivers waterway on survival or persistence of ancient settlements in the Mesopotamian floodplain. A lecturer in the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology, Warsaw University Poland. http://www.pcma.uw.edu.pl/en/events/

 

 

روابط المواقع البحثية

الموقع

الرابط

Google scholar

https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=9zuyq4UAAAAJ&hl=en

Research gate

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Jaafar_Jotheri2?ev=hdr_xprf

 

الدورات

ت

الدورة

مكان الدورة

1

طرائق تدريس

جامعة القادسية

 

البحوث المنشورة

ت

اسم البحث

اسم المجلة

العدد

المجلد

السنة

رابط البحث

1.       Jotheri, J., Allen, M. B., & Wilkinson, T. J. (2016). Holocene avulsions of the Euphrates River in the Najaf area of western Mesopotamia: impacts on human settlement patterns. Geoarchaeology31(3), 175-193.

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/gea.21548/abstract

 

2.       Wilkinson, T. J., Rayne, L., & Jotheri, J. (2015). Hydraulic landscapes in Mesopotamia: the role of human niche construction. Water History7(4), 397-418.

https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s12685-015-0127-9

 

3.       Garzanti, E., Al-Juboury, A. I., Zoleikhaei, Y., Vermeesch, P., Jotheri, J., Akkoca, D. B., … & Padoan, M. (2016). The Euphrates-Tigris-Karun river system: Provenance, recycling and dispersal of quartz-poor foreland-basin sediments in arid climate. Earth-Science Reviews162, 107-128.

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0012825216303166

 

4.       Jotheri, J., Altaweel, M., Tuji, A., Anma, R., Pennington, B., Rost, S., & Watanabe, C. (2017). Holocene fluvial and anthropogenic processes in the region of Uruk in southern Mesopotamia. Quaternary International.

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1040618217306316