Professor of Political Science
Whitfield Center for Christian Leadership
P843-863-7838 / Ejmutwol@csuniv.edu
PhD, MA, BA, DipHE
Dr. Julius Mutwol serves as Professor of Political Science and has been teaching at Charleston Southern University since 2007. He received his Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy in International Relations from The Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), the Bachelor of Arts from Cleveland State University, and Diploma in Secondary Education from Kagumo Teachers College in Kenya.
Prior to joining the CSU faculty, Dr. Mutwol taught at Frederick Community College, Wilberforce University, Johns Hopkins University (SAIS), and the Bloomberg School of Public Health. Additionally, Dr. Mutwol worked as a researcher at Iraq Foundation, and at Open Society Institute. He is currently researching on herder-farmer conflicts, traditional African conflict mediation, and China-Africa relations. He has published articles on democracy and development, and is the author of a book, Peace Agreements and Civil Wars in Africa. He is a specialist in comparative politics, international relations, and African politics.
Dr. Mutwol taught high school in Kenya for three years before moving to the United States.
Your Purpose. Our Mission.
God called me to teaching and to Charleston Southern University so I could make a difference in students' lives. I see the fruits of my calling during everyday interaction with students, and from former students who contact me to express appreciation.Dr. Julius Mutwol
- RECOGNITION & HONORS
Martin Luther King, Jr. Award
Black History Intercollegiate Consortium
Honored “For dedicated and distinguished service to the Charleston Southern community.” Trident Technical College, North Charleston, SC. January 20, 2015.
- PUBLICATIONS & PRESENTATIONS
Peace Agreements and Civil Wars in Africa: Insurgent Motivations, State Responses, and Third Party Peacemaking in Liberia, Rwanda, and Sierra Leone (NY: Cambria Press, 2010): http://www.cambriapress.com/.
Defending Democracy: A Global Survey of Foreign Policy Trends, 1992-2002, A Democracy Coalition Project, Kenya chapter. Open Society Institute, Washington, DC, December 2005: http://www.demcoalition.org/pdf/Kenya.pdf.
Defending Democracy: A Global Survey of Foreign Policy Trends, 1992-2002, A Democracy Coalition Project, Tanzania chapter. Open Society Institute, Washington, DC, December 2005: http://www.demcoalition.org/pdf/Tanzania.pdf.
- MEMBERSHIPS & AFFILIATIONS
African Studies Association
American Political Science Association
International studies Association
Kenya Scholars & Studies Association