Ryan Touhey is a recipient of a 2008-2009 Canada International Council Junior Research Fellowship. He is an assistant professor of history at St. Jerome's University and was a recent post-doctoral research fellow at the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada. He specializes on Canada's foreign relations with India, and has lectured part-time at the University of Ottawa on South Asian history. In 2006, he completed his doctorate in history at the University of Waterloo. His dissertation 'Dealing with the Peacock: India in Canadian Foreign Relations 1941-1976' is under revision and is tentatively set to be published with the University of British Columbia Press. In 2003-2004, he was a Shastri Institute Doctoral Fellow at Jawaharlal Nehru University. Dr. Touhey is the author of: "Reflections on the Silver Age of Canadian Diplomacy," book review essay in the Journal of Canadian Studies (Spring 2008); "Canada's Foreign Relations With India at Sixty: Moving Beyond History?" International Journal (Vol. 62, No. 4/Autumn 2007); "Troubled from the beginning: Canada's nuclear relations with India during the 1960s," in Canadian Policy on Nuclear Cooperation with India: Confronting New Dilemmas, edited by Karthika Sasikumar and Wade L. Huntley; and Co-author with John English of "Canadian and Indian Relations: A Historical Appreciation" in Canada's Global Engagement and Relations with India, edited by Christopher Raj.