Edmund Abaka

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Edmund Abaka
Born1 January 1985 Edit this on Wikidata (age 34)
Alma mater
OccupationPhotographer, associate professor, editor, writer edit this on wikidata
Employer
AwardsFulbright Program Edit this on Wikidata

Edmund Abaka is a photographer[1] and historian of Africa at the University of Miami.[2][3]

He is a graduate of the University of Cape Coast in Ghana and received his master's from the University of Guelph in Canada. He received his PhD from York University in 1998.[4]

He is a Fulbright scholar.[5]

Selected publications[edit]

  • "Kola is God's Gift": Agricultural Production, Export Initiatives and the Kola Industry of Asante and the Gold Coast, c. 1820–1950. Ohio University Press, Athens, 2005. (Western African Studies)[6][7]
  • Culture And Customs of Ethiopia. 2007
  • House of Slaves and "Door of No Return": Gold Coast/Ghana Slave Forts, Castles & Dungeons and the Atlantic Slave Trade. University of Wisconsin Press[8]
  • W. E. B. Du Bois on Africa (edited with Eugene Provenzo)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Dr. Edmund Abaka – KROMA Art Space & Studios". kromamiami.com.
  2. ^ "Edmund Abaka". as.miami.edu.
  3. ^ "Prof. Edmund Abaka donates to History Department – UCC :: University of Cape Coast". ucc.edu.gh.
  4. ^ "International Standard Name Identifier entry".
  5. ^ "Edmund Abaka – Fulbright Scholar Program". cies.org.
  6. ^ "Edmund Abaka". ohioswallow.com.
  7. ^ Getz, Trevor (June 1, 2006). "EDMUND ABAKA. "Kola is God's Gift": Agricultural Production, Export Initiatives and the Kola Industry of Asante and the Gold Coast, c. 1820–1950. (Western African Studies.) Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Press. 2005. Pp. xv, 173. Cloth $44.95, paper $24.95 (review)". The American Historical Review. 111 (3): 935–936. doi:10.1086/ahr.111.3.935-a.
  8. ^ Essien, Kwame (July 18, 2018). "House of Slaves and 'Door of No Return': Gold Coast/Ghana Slave Forts, Castles & Dungeons and the Atlantic Slave Trade by Edmund Abaka (review)". Ghana Studies. 19 (1): 203–205. doi:10.1353/ghs.2016.0010 – via Project MUSE.

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