Aside from music, DJ’ing and radio works Haji Mike aka Mike Hajimichael is also an Associate Professor in Digital Media and Communications at The University of Nicosia, where he has taught since 1997. He also has several blogs including ‘From The Sublime To The Ridiculous’ and ‘OuternationaL’
Here is a biography of works by Mike Hajimichael.
- Graduate Unemployment in Post-Haircut Cyprus: Where Have All the Students Gone? in ‘Academic Labour, Unemployment and Global Higher Education’ Edited by Gupta, S Habjan, J & Tutek, Hrvoje, Palgrave 2016
- ‘Critiquing the Crisis through Music – Three Songs about Life in Cyprus Before and After the ‘Haircut’ of March 2013‘ published in The Cyprus Review VOL 27 Number 1 Spring 2015
- ‘Paradise Lost: Media Representation and the 2013 Financial and Political Crises in Cyprus’ by Tao Papaioannou & Mike Hajimichael published in The Cyprus Review VOL 27 Number 1 Spring 2015
- ‘Art & Social Justice – The Media Connection’ Edited by Mike Hajimichael Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014
- Hip-Hop and Cyprus: Language, Motivation, Unity, and Division in ‘Hip-Hop in Europe’ by Sina A. Nitzsche, Walter Grünzweig (Eds), 2013
- ‘Manwel T Meets King Tubby & Marshall McLuhan – Dub Music In A Virtual Age’ in Journal on The Art of Record Production, Issue 6, 2012
- Virtual Oasis – thoughts and experiences about online based music production and collaborative writing techniques in Journal on The Art of Record Production, Issue 5, 2011
- Revisiting Thomson – The Colonial Eye and Cyprus ‘Britain in Cyprus Colonialism and Post-Colonialism 1878-2006 by H. Faustmann & N. Peristianis (Eds) 2006
- Representing Cypriots in Britain (1878-1995) : an analysis of culture, representation and power. by Michael Hajimichael, Phd Thesis, University of Birmingham CCCS, 1995
Haji Mike also freelanced as a music writer over the last 30 years including Straight No Chaser and HipHop Connection UK Currently he contributes to UK Vibe Magazine.