This research project involves holding workshops and social events in Mosul to train early career researchers on heritage preservation research work, and to interact with the local community, professionals and policy-makers to achieve the project objectives.
This is a three-week workshop conducted at the University of Mosul from 25 November to 21 December 2020. The workshop aimed to train early career researchers on research interviews, ethnography and archival research. The workshop started with a series of theoretical sessions, then a two-week period of data collection by participants. Nine participants completed the workshop successfully and awarded certificates of participation. In addition, prizes were awarded to best the submitted collected data by the participants.
TURATH competition is an initiative to encourage undergraduate and postgraduate students of Mosul University to contribute towards preserving the heritage of their city. Participants will compete to produce the best architectural documentation of heritage structures in Old Mosul.
This is an eight-week virtual workshop organised between 15 July and 15 September 2021. The workshop aimed to train students from the University of Mosul on documenting the intangible heritage of Old Mosul. The workshop started with a series of theoretical sessions, then a six-week period of data collection by participants.
This is a one-day virtual workshop organised on 12 August 2021. The workshop aimed to train students from the University of Mosul on new digital modelling and documentation techniques with a special focus on photogrammetry techniques.
A Grand event was organised at the University of Mosul to celebrate twenty-month of collaborative research work on the preservation and documentation of Mosul Heritage.
Nottingham Conference Centre, Nottingham Trent University.
Lakeside Arts Centre, Nottingham University.