Paul Y. Chang is an associate professor of sociology at Harvard University.
While at Radcliffe, Chang is exploring the emergence of nontraditional family structures in South Korea, including single-parent households, single-person households, and multicultural families.
Chang is the author of Protest Dialectics: State Repression and South Korea’s Democracy Movement, 1970–1979 (Stanford University Press, 2015) and a coeditor of South Korean Social Movements: From Democracy to Civil Society (Routledge, 2011). His research on social and political change in South Korea has appeared in several disciplinary and area studies journals, including the Journal of Korean Studies, Mobilization, Social Forces, and Social Science Research. He earned a PhD in sociology from Stanford University and, earlier, a master’s in theology from Harvard Divinity School.