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Department of Anthropology

Academic Staff

Dr Malcolm T. Smith

Senior Lecturer in the Department of Anthropology

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Biography

Current patterns of human evolution, inferred from genetic studies of contemporary British populations and predicted from historical demography, historical genetics, inbreeding, migration and distrubtion of surnames.

Research Interests

  • Current patterns of human evolution, inferred from genetic studies of contemporary British populations and predicted from historical demography
  • Historical genetics, inbreeding
  • Migration and the distribution of surnames

Selected Publications

Books: edited

  • Smith, M.T. (2002). Human Biology and History. London: Taylor and Francis.
  • Panter-Brick, C. & Smith, M.T. (2000). Abandoned Children. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Books: sections

  • MacRaild, D.M. & Smith, M.T. (2012). Emigration and Migration, 1600-1945. In Ulster Since 1600: Politics, Economy and Society. Kennedy, L. & Ollerenshaw, P. Oxford University Press. 140-159.
  • Smith, M.T. & McRaild, D.M. (2010). The origins of the Irish in Northern England: an isonymic analysis of data from the 1881 census. In Irish Identities in Victorian Britain. Swift, R. & Gilley, S. Routledge.

Essays in edited volumes

Journal papers: academic

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