Employment: Assistant Professor : Boston University
Charles Chang is Assistant Professor of Linguistics at Boston University (BU). Prior to joining the faculty at BU, he held faculty appointments at the University of Maryland, Rice University, and SOAS, University of London. His first degree was a joint A.B./A.M. in Linguistics at Harvard, after which he taught English in South Korea as a Fulbright Fellow. He completed graduate work in English and Applied Linguistics at Cambridge and then earned his Ph.D. in Linguistics from UC Berkeley with a dissertation examining effects of second-language learning on native-language speech production. His research investigates topics related to language acquisition and linguistic theory, especially in regard to phonetics and phonology (the sounds of language and the systems into which they are organized) and bilingualism.
University of California (Berkeley) 2005 M.A. Linguistics