Teresa Segura-Garcia is a historian of Modern South Asia based at Universitat Pompeu Fabra (UPF), Barcelona, where she is a postdoctoral researcher. She has a wide interest in the social and cultural history of India in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, with a particular focus on the princely states, gender, and visual culture. She holds a PhD in History from the University of Cambridge, with a dissertation on the global links of the Indian princely state of Baroda in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Her publications include Unexpected Voices in Imperial Parliaments (co-edited with Josep M. Fradera and José María Portillo, Bloomsbury, 2021), and a chapter on the Indian princely states in the Routledge Handbook of the History of Colonialism in South Asia (edited by Harald Fischer-Tiné and Maria Framke, Routledge, 2021).