Charles Chang

Assistant Professor, CAS Linguistics

  • Title Assistant Professor, CAS Linguistics
  • Office Linguistics 116
  • Education AB/AM, Linguistics, Harvard University
    MPhil, English and Applied Linguistics, University of Cambridge (UK)
    MA and PhD, Linguistics, University of California, Berkeley
  • Faculty Profile

Prof. Chang teaches courses related to language acquisition and linguistic theory and directs the Phonetics, Acquisition & Multilingualism Lab (PAMLab).

Prof. Chang’s research addresses topics in phonetics, phonology, psycholinguistics, and language development. Specific interests include the early stages of second language phonological acquisition, the structure of phonetic and phonological representations, linguistic plasticity, cross-linguistic interactions within the bilingual mind, bases of perceived cross-linguistic similarity, second language speech processing, heritage language phonology, and contact-induced sound change. His work has appeared in journals such as Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, Journal of Phonetics, and Language. Links to publications can be found on his website at http://charleschang.net/publications/.

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