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.
Lindsey M. Eades, The End of Apartheid in South Africa, 1999: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF AFRICAN HISTORICAL STUDIES 32: 2-3 (1999): 478-79.
1993 "Contextual Influences on Language Politics in Canada and South Africa." JOURNAL OF COMMONWEALTH & COMPARATIVE POLITICS 31:3 (November): 67-91.
C.A. Crocker, High Noon in Southern Africa: Making Peace in a Tough Neighborhood, 1992: AMERICA 168:21 (June 19-26, 1993): 19-20, 22.
1992b "Mangosuthu Gatsha Buthelezi." In: Political Leaders of Contemporary Africa South of the Sahara: A Biographical Dictionary, ed. by Harvey Glickman, 55-63. Westport: Greenwood Press.
1992a "South Africa in Angola and Namibia." In: The Suffering Grass: Superpower and Regional Conflict in Southern Africa and the Caribbean, ed. by Thomas G. Weiss and James G. Blight, 79-102. Boulder: Lynne Rienner.
1991 "Evolution of the United Nations Anti-Apartheid Regime." HUMAN RIGHTS QUARTERLY 13:1 (February):1-23.
"What I saw: A society moving towards conciliation in South Africa." PROVIDENCE JOURNAL-BULLETIN (Op-ed Page), October 24, 1991.
The Apartheid Issue at the Security Council. (The United Nations and Southern Africa Series, No. 1) Braamfontein: The South African Institute of International Affairs, 1989. 59 pp.
South Africa: An Annotated Bibliography with Analytic Introductions. Ann Arbor: Pierian Press, 1989, 191 pp. (Awarded "Honorable Mention" in the 1991 international Conover-Porter Award competition for bibliography in African studies.) 2nd revised and extended edition published by Pierian Press in 1993 under the title South Africa, As Apartheid Ends: An Annotated Bibliography with Analytic Introductions. 228 pp.
S.R. Ali, Southern Africa: An American Enigma, 1987: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF AFRICAN HISTORICAL STUDIES 21:2 (1988): 351-52
1987 "The Apartheid Issue at the General Assembly: Stalemate or Gathering Storm?" AFRICAN AFFAIRS 86:342 (January): 25-45.
M. Benson, Nelson Mandela: The Man and the Movement, 1986: PROVIDENCE JOURNAL-BULLETIN, June 15, 1986.
"Thinking About South Africa from Afar." OCCASIONAL PAPER OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS, Johannesburg (September 1985), 10 pp., mimeographed.
Untitled contribution to AMERICA 153:3 (August 3-10, 1985): 57-59.
1984b "Interpreting Constitutional Change in South Africa." JOURNAL OF MODERN AFRICAN STUDIES 22:3 (September): 353-79.
1984a "Consociational Engineering in South Africa." JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN STUDIES 22:3 (September): 353-79.
P.B. Rich, White Power and the Liberal Conscience, 1984: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF AFRICAN HISTORICAL STUDIES 17:4 (1984): 750-51.
"New Constitution in South Africa." PROVIDENCE JOURNAL (Op-ed Page), December 10, 1983.
C.R. Hill, Change in South Africa, 1983; F.J. Parker, South Africa: Lost Opportunities, 1983; and T. Lodge, Black Politics in South Africa Since 1945,1983: JOURNAL OF MODERN AFRICAN STUDIES 23:1 (March1985):162-64.
D.L. van Vuuren and others, Change in South Africa, 1983: POLITIKON 11:1 (June 1984): 76-77.
"South Africa Nibbles the Bullet." PROVIDENCE JOURNAL (Op-ed Page), September 15, 1982.
1982b "Bridging the Black-White Gulf in Africa." ORBIS (Winter): 881-902. Reprinted in: Africa in the Post-Colonial Era, ed. by Richard E. Bissell and Michael S. Radu,101-22. New Brunswick: Transaction Books,1984.
1982a "Sanctions, Models of Change and South Africa." SOUTH AFRICA INTERNATIONAL 13:2 (October): 121-29.
"Foreign Pressures on South Africa." AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES FIELD STAFF REPORTS (Hanover, NH), 1981: no. 5 (Africa). 11 pp.
"Investment Options in South Africa." PROVIDENCE JOURNAL (Op-ed Page), July 6, 1981.
A.O. Hero and J. Barratt, eds., The American People and South Africa: Publics, Elites and Policy-Making Processes, 1981: JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN STUDIES 2:1 (October 1982): 188-91.
"Is South Africa Changing?" (Parts I and II.) AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES FIELD STAFF REPORTS (Hanover, NH), 1980: nos. 35 and 36 (Africa). 8 pp., 7 pp.
1980a "Foreign Pressures on South Africa: The Thumb Screw as Conceptual Frame." INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS BULLETIN 4:1: 27-42.
1980 "Some Implications of African 'Homelands' in South Africa." In: The Apartheid Regime: Political Power and Racial Domination, ed. by Robert M. Price and Carl G. Rosberg, 194-216. Berkeley: Institute of International Studies. Entire volume reprinted in South Africa by David Philip, Town, 1980.
"US Presidential Elections: The Burden of Scale." OCCASIONAL PAPER OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS, Johannesburg (December 1980), 12 pp., mimeographed.
"Why is Transkei Still Portrayed as a Stooge?" NEW YORK TIMES (Op-ed Page), July 9, 1979.
A. Spandau, Economic Boycott Against South Africa, 1979; and F. McA. Clifford-Vaughn, ed., International Pressures and Political Change in South Africa, 1978: POLITIKON 7:1 (June 1980): 73-76.
1979 "On Partition." SOCIAL DYNAMICS 5:1: 1-13.
Transkei's Half Loaf. Race Separatism in South Africa. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1979. 183 pp. Reprinted in South Africa in 1980 by David Philip, Cape Town.
"To Divest or Not to Divest? That Is the South African Question." BROWN ALUMNI MONTHLY (Providence, RI) 78:8 (May/June 1978): 17-22. Also printed in THE WEEKLY BULLETIN (Brown University) 3:13 (April 7, 1978):
G.M. Gerhart, Black Power in South Africa: The Evolution of an Ideology, 1978: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF AFRICAN HISTORICAL STUDIES 12:2 (1979): 357-59.
"Transkei Independence: What's wrong with it?" THE WEEKLY BULLETIN (Brown University) 2:11 (February 18, 1977): 8.
1977c "Economic Viability of Transkei." AFRICA INSTITUTE BULLETIN 6 & 7: 169-73.
1977b "What's Wrong with Transkei Independence." PLURAL SOCIETIES 8:1 (Spring): 17-34.
1977a "Transkei Independence in Separatist Perspective." SOUTH AFRICA INTERNATIONAL 8:1 (July): 10-26. Reprinted in: JOURNAL OF AFRICAN STUDIES 4:4 (Winter 1977): 414-32.
A. de Villiers, ed., English-Speaking South Africa Today, 1976: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF AFRICAN HISTORICAL STUDIES 11:1 (1979):135-37.
S.C. Nolutshungu, South Africa in Africa: A Study of Ideology and Foreign Policy, 1975; and E. Potter, The Press as Opposition: The Political Role of South African Newspapers, 1975: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF AFRICAN HISTORICAL STUDIES 9:2 (1976): 348-51.
1975 "The Separatist Challenge to White Domination in South Africa." In: African Dimensions: Essays in Honor of William O. Brown, ed. by M. Karp, 95-112. Brookline: Boston University African Studies Center.
Who Goes to Parliament? Grahamstown: Institute of Social and Economic Research, Rhodes University, 1975. 106 pp.
Afrikaner Politics in South Africa: 1934 to 1948. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1974. 200 pp. South African edition published in 1975 by Human & Rousseau, Cape Town, under the title The Nationalists in Opposition, 1934 to 1948.
1974c "Some Party Differences in South Africa." PLURAL SOCIETIES 5:3 (Autumn): 71-85.
1974b "Some Correlates of Legislative Position in the House of Assembly of the Republic of South Africa." JOURNAL FOR PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 9:2 (Autumn): 99-111
1974a "Who Goes to Parliament? Part II -- The Senators." SOUTH AFRICA INTERNATIONAL 5:1 (July) 1-13.
S. Slonim, South West Africa and the United Nations: An International Mandate in Dispute, 1973: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF AFRICAN HISTORICAL STUDIES 8:2 (1975): 355-57
J. Dunn and A.F. Robertson, Dependency and Opportunity: Political Change in Ahafo, 1973: JOURNAL OF POLITICS 30:3 (November 1974): 1099.
1973 "Who Goes to Parliament?" SOUTH AFRICA INTERNATIONAL 4:1 (July): 1-13.
1972c "South African Cabinets and Ministers: Some Empirical Findings." SOUTH AFRICA INTERNATIONAL 3:1 (July): 1-18.
1972b "South Africa's 'Apartheid' Election of 1948 Reconsidered." PLURAL SOCIETIES 3:4 (Winter): 25-38.
1972a "Multi-racial Voting and Non-racial Politics in Colonial East and Central Africa." PHYLON 31:1 (Spring): 68-78.
R. F. Hopkins, Political Roles in a New State: Tanzania's First Decade, 1971: AFRICAN STUDIES 31:3 (1972): 211-12.
1970 "The National Assembly in the Politics of Kenya." In: Legislatures in Developmental Perspective, ed. by L. D. Musolf and A. Kornberg, 303-33. Durham: Duke University Press.
Governing in Black Africa. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall, 1970. 362 pp. Co-editor with Marion E. Doro. Fully revised edition published by Africana Publishing Co., NY, 1986. 253 pp.
1969b "Parliament in a Tutelary Democracy: A Recent Case in Kenya." JOURNAL OF POLITICS 31:1 (Feb.): 95-118. Reprinted in: Political Science: Introductory Essays and Readings, ed. by T.J. Bellows et al, 379-92. Belmont: Duxbury, 1971.
1969a "The Politics of Security: South Africa Under Verwoerd, 1961-66." JOURNAL OF MODERN AFRICAN STUDIES 7:1 (April): 3-20.
W.A. Hance and others, Southern Africa and the United States, 1968: AFRICAN HISTORICAL STUDIES 1:2 (1968): 279-80.
1968 "Parliaments in Former British Black Africa." JOURNAL OF DEVELOPING AREAS 2:4 (July 1968): 479-93. Reprinted in: Politics in Transitional Societies, ed. by H. C. Kebschull, 262-77. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1973.
"South Africa," THE AMERICANA ANNUAL 1967: 611-13.
South Africa's Transkei: The Politics of Domestic Colonialism. Evanston: Northwestern University Press, 1967. 200 pp. Reprinted in Great Britain by Heinemann. Co-author with Gwendolen M. Carter and Thomas Karis.
J.A. Davis and J.K. Baker, eds, Southern Africa in Transition, 1966; and D. Austin, Britain and South Africa, 1966: AMERICAN POLITICAL SCIENCE REVIEW 61:3 (September 1967): 823-26.
W.H. Vatcher, Jr., White Laager: The Rise of Afrikaner Nationalism, 1966: AFRICA REPORT 10:8 (August 1965): 44-45.
V.C. Ferkiss, Africa's Search for Identity, 1966: THE ANNALS 366 (July 1966): 188.
C. and M. Legum, South Africa: Crisis for the West, 1964: THE ANNALS 360 (July 1965): 220.
"The Realities of 'Bantustans' with Special Reference to the Transkei, 1965." OCCASIONAL PAPER No. 18, Program of Eastern African Studies, Syracuse University : 45-69, mimeographed.
P.L. van den Berghe, Caneville: The Social Structure of a South African Town, 1964; and C. R. Hill, Bantustans: The Fragmentation of South Africa, 1964: AFRICA REPORT 10:2 (February 1965): 59-60, 61-62.
1964 "'Creative Self-Withdrawal' in the Transkei." AFRICA REPORT 9:4 (April): 18-23.
1963 With Jeffrey Butler, "The South African General Election of 1961." POLITICAL SCIENCE QUARTERLY 78: 4 (March): 86-110.