The Church, the Courts, and Illicit Sex in Germany, 1700-1830
1999-00History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Return to All Fellows
Terence McIntosh drafted two chapters for his book, under the working title “The Church, the Courts, and Illicit Sex in Germany, 1700-1830,” and wrote an article entitled “Urban Demographic Stagnation in Early Modern South Germany: A Simulation” for the Journal of Interdisciplinary History. He wrote reviews of several books for the American Historical Review 105 (April 2000), the Journal of Modern History; and the Journal of Canadian History. McIntosh is Associate Professor of History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.