About

Teresa Segura-Garcia is a historian of Modern South Asia. She has a broad interest in the social and cultural history of colonial India in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

In 2016 she was awarded a PhD in History from the University of Cambridge, with a dissertation on the global connections of the Indian princely state of Baroda (“Baroda, the British empire and the world, c. 1875–1939“). After her PhD, she held a visiting fellowship at the Centre for the Study of Developing Societies (CSDS), New Delhi. In 2017, she obtained a Juan de la Cierva fellowship from the Government of Spain.

As a Juan de la Cierva Fellow, she is a member of the Department of Humanities at Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona. Besides developing her research projects, she teaches courses on global history in the BA in Global Studies and the BA in Humanities, and co-convenes the seminar of the Research Group on Empires, Metropolises and Extra-European Societies (GRIMSE).