Tessa Dwyer is Lecturer in Film and Screen Studies, Monash University, Melbourne. Her research focuses on language, voice and translation on screen as well as film and television histories and technologies. She is the author of Speaking in Subtitles: Revaluing Screen Translation (EUP, 2017) and co-editor (with Claire Perkins, Sean Redmond and Jodi Sita) of Seeing into Screens: Eye Tracking the Moving Image (Bloomsbury, 2018).
Tessa recently co-edited (with Jennifer O'Meara) the dossier 'Revoicing the Screen' for JCMS Journal of Cinema and Media Studies. She has written on migrant voice and home movies, tough talk and accent in Australian TV dramas, same-language dubbing in Mad Max, and much more... Tessa is currently putting together an edited collection on TV Transformation, Transgressive Women and Australian Women-in-Prison Series Prisoner and Wentworth.