Professor Emeritus of Political Science:
Newell M. Stultz is Professor Emeritus of Political Science at Brown University. A 1955 graduate of Dartmouth College, he received his PhD from Boston University in 1965. He was first appointed at Brown in 1965. He has also held appointments at Northwestern University, Rhodes University (South Africa) and the University of South Africa. His work has focused primarily on comparative politics, specializing in South Africa. His early research focused on different aspects of South African domestic politics and the apartheid issue at the United Nations. Prof. Stultz has also been a bibliographer of scholarly writings about South Africa. His teaching fields included ethnopolitics and higher education, the last topic informed by Professor Stultz's many years of service in the Brown University central administration. Prof. Stultz took emeritus status in 2003, although to 2009 he continued serving the University in various capacities.