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Bio Felicia Mulinari

Porträtt Felicia Mulinari

Felicia Mulinari is a poet and playwright living in Malmö. Mulinari has previously worked as a teacher at HDK Valand and Kvinnofolkhögskolan in Gothenburg. Mulinari made her debut in 2019 with the poetry suite Det som inte kan utplånas, which in we-form portrays everyday racism and identity formation and resistance in Malmö. In her artistic practices, she returns to themes such as exclusion and community and resistance, violence and care work, and memory work in the context of exile and migration. Among other things, she has written the performance Labyrint, together with Saga Gärde, which was staged at Malmö Stadsteater in 2018. She has also written the monologue Svaghetens parti which was shown at Malmö Konsthall in 2020.


Mulinari holds a Master's degree in Literature from Lund University. In her Master's thesis, she investigated how racialized mothers are portrayed in contemporary Swedish literature. As a teacher, she works with inspiration from popular education practices and pedagogy for change that emphasize the importance of reading and learning together and opening up the classroom to society's conflicts and dreams of justice.  Fundamental to these traditions is drawing on students' diverse experiences and knowledge to explore critical issues where aesthetics, ethics and politics (sometimes) meet.


Felicia works with mainly our master’s program.