Mark Curran is the author of Selling Enlightenment and Atheism, Religion and Enlightenment in pre-Revolutionary Europe, and a former Munby Fellow in Bibliography and lecturer in History at Queen Mary University of London. His was the winner of the French History Article Prize for ‘Mettons toujours Londres’ and the BSECS prize for Digital Resources for the French Book Trade in Enlightenment Europe database (with co-author Simon Burrows). He lives in Neuchâtel, Switzerland.