Zoe Moores is a researcher and lecturer based at the Universities of Surrey and Roehampton. Her doctoral research explored how respeaking could be introduced into the live event setting in the UK to broaden the access provided for both d/Deaf, deafened and hard of hearing audience members and the wider audience, and what additional skills and training would be required for those involved. She worked closely with the charity Stagetext to co-ordinate the project. Her work on the SMART project in Surrey explores the provision of multilingual access through respeaking. As a member of GALMA, the Galician Observatory for Media Accessibility, Zoe has been involved in a number of accessibility-related projects. She also provides consultancy and training.
- Moores, Z. and McIntyre, D. (2018) ‘Intersections between language, linguistics, subtitling and translation: a conversation between Dan McIntyre and Zoe Moores’, Journal of Specialised Translation 29.