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|Born||1 January 1985 (age 34)|
|Occupation||Photographer, associate professor, editor, writer|
- "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)
- 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
- W. E. B. Du Bois on Africa (edited with Eugene Provenzo)
- "Dr. Edmund Abaka – KROMA Art Space & Studios". kromamiami.com.
- "Edmund Abaka". as.miami.edu.
- "Prof. Edmund Abaka donates to History Department – UCC :: University of Cape Coast". ucc.edu.gh.
- "International Standard Name Identifier entry".
- "Edmund Abaka – Fulbright Scholar Program". cies.org.
- "Edmund Abaka". ohioswallow.com.
- 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.
- 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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