Ana Tominc is currently a lecturer and researcher at Queen Margaret University Edinburgh, Centre for Communication, Cultural and Media Studies. She teaches on food, culture, and communication as part of the postgraduate program MSc Gastronomy. She is interested in discourses of everyday life, specifically food and how it is represented and communicated in the media. She has published on celebrity chef discourse and globalization, discursive construction of identity via food, and food programs on the socialist television.
She is the author of The Discursove Construction of Class and Lifestyle. Celebrity Cookbooks in post-Socialist Slovenia (2017, John Benjamins).