Kimberly Chang, associate professor of cultural psychology, holds a B.A. in psychology from William Smith College, and an M.A. in international relations, M.S. in multicultural counseling, and Ph.D. in social and political psychology from Syracuse University.
Her teaching and research focuses on the psychology of globalization and dilemmas of identity, belonging, and citizenship for those whose lives span national borders and cultural worlds.
She takes a critical ethnographic and community-based approach to learning and is particularly interested in the intersections of social research and creative writing.
She is a participating faculty member in Hampshire’s China Exchange Program and the Five College Asian Pacific American Studies Program. She has lived and worked extensively in Hong Kong and China, and previously taught at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.
School of Critical Social Inquiry
CSI-159T: Hybrid Identities, Authentic Selves (Fall 2013)
CSI-0204: Ways of Knowing in the Social Sciences (Fall 2013)
CSI-0305: Writing (Against) Culture: A Division III Seminar (Spring 2013)
CSI-0249: Critical Ethnography: Following the Food (Spring 2013)