Center for the Study of Language and Society (CSLS)


Dr. Djouroukoro Diallo

Postdoctoral researcher CSLS

Center for Study in Language and Society
Walter Benjamin Kolleg
Universität Bern
Muesmattstrasse 45
CH-3012 Bern

Djouroukoro Diallo

Born in Bamako (Mali), Djouroukoro Diallo graduated a MA and Ph.D. in Applied Linguistics/ Linguistics of communication at the University of Bern. He is currently working as a post-doctoral researcher at the Center for the Study of Language and Society (CSLS), and Lecturer for Applied Linguistics at the same university. His research focusses on Discourse Analysis, Text Analysis, Media Analysis, Political Linguistics, Intercultural Communication, German as Foreign Language (DaF), Contrastive Studies German/French/Bambara, and Language Communication and Sustainability. He works on concepts such as the representation of the image of the enemy, (social) constructivism and ethnicity in the Media Discourse as well as Communicative Sustainability. He is currently living with his family in Bern.

Main Publications

Djouroukoro Diallo (2018): Darstellung der Tuareg-Rebellionen in Mali in deutschsprachigen Medien:
Eine text- und diskurslinguistische Medienanalyse anhand ausgewählter Zeitungsartikel
. Peter Lang Verlag: Frankfurt a. Main.

(forthcoming).Thomas Bearth & Djouroukoro Diallo (eds.) (2019):
African multilingualism and the Agenda 2030 / Multilinguisme africain et l’Agenda 2030. LIT-Verlag: Münster / Berlin.

Hess-Lüttich Ernest W.B. & Diallo Djouroukoro (2007):
„Verhüllung und Enthüllung im Ritual der Begegnung: Zeichen des Grußes – besonders im malischen Bambara“. In: KODIKAS / CODE, Volume 30, Nr. 3–4, Tübingen: Gunter Narr Verlag.