Ryan Conrad is a PhD candidate in the Interdisciplinary Humanities PhD offered through the Center for the Interdisciplinary Study of Society and Culture as well as a faculty member in the Interdisciplinary Sexuality Studies program at Concordia University. Conrad is also the co-founder of Against Equality, a digital archive and publishing collective based in the United States and Canada. He is the editor of the collective's anthology series that are compiled together in Against Equality: Queer Revolution, Not Mere Inclusion (2014). He has also contributed chapters to several anthologies including: The Gay Agenda (2014), Queering Anarchism (2013), and After Homosexual (co-authored with Yasmin Nair & Karma Chávez, 2013). His written work has appeared in scholarly and activist publications including: American Quarterly, e-flux, Aparté, QED: A Journal of LGBTQ Worldmaking, Socialism & Democracy, We Who Feel Differently, UltraViolet, In These Times, and Fifth Estate. His work as a visual and performing artist has exhibited internationally in Europe, Asia, and North America.