Professor Chang has taught in the Department of History at Ohio State University since 1968. He is the author and editor of five books in English and Chinese and has published many articles on the history of modern Chinese thought and Chinese intellectual tradition.
Intellectual history of modern China; history of Chinese political thought.
The Search for the Intellectual Origin of Our Time (No. 2 in Academia Sinica Series). Taipei: Linking Publishing Company, 2004.
《張灝自選集》[A Self-selected Collection of Essays by Chang Hao]. Shanghai: Shanghai Education Publication Service, 2002.
“The Intellectual Heritage of the Confucian Ideal of ching-shih.” In Confucian Traditions in East Asian Modernity, ed. by Tu Wei-ming. 72-91. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1996.
“Confucian Cosmological Myth and Neo-Confucian Transcendence.” In Cosmology, Ontology and Human Efficacy, ed. by Richard J. Smith and D.W. Kwok. 11-33. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1993.
“Some Reflections on the Problems of the Axial-Age Breakthrough in Relations to Classical Confucianism.” In Ideas Across Culture, ed. by P.A. Cohen and M. Goldman. 17-31. Council on East Asian Studies, Harvard University, 1990.
《幽暗意識與民主傳統》[Essays on Our Time]. Taipei: Linking Publishing Company, 1989.
Chinese Intellectuals in Crisis, Search for Order and Meaning, 1890-1911. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1987.
“Intellectual Changes and the Reform Movement (1890-1898).” In Cambridge History of China, ed. by John K. Fairbank and Kwang-ching Liu. Vol. 10, Part 2. Cambridge University Press, 1980.
“New Confucianism and the Intellectual Crisis of Contemporary China.” In The Limits of Change, ed. by Charlotte Furth. Harvard University Press, 1976.
Liang Ch’i-ch’ao and Intellectual Transition in China, 1890-1907. Harvard University Press, 1971.