Dr Malcolm T. Smith
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.
- 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
Chapter in book
- 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.
- Smith, M.T. (2003). Archival research in physical anthropology. In Human Biologists in the Archives. Herring, A. & Swedlund, A. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 311-335.
- Smith, M.T. (2002). Human Biology and History: the scope and scale of interaction. In Human Biology and History. Smith, M.T. London: Taylor and Francis. 1-10.
- Smith, M.T. (2002). Isonymy analysis: the potential for application of quantitative analysis of surname distributions to problems in historical research. In Human Biology and History. Smith, M.T. London: Taylor & Francis. Society for the Study of Human Biology 42: 112-133.
- Smith, M.T. (2002). The inference of genetic structure and the micro-evolutionary process from the distribution and changing pattern of surnames. In Naming, Society and Regional Identity. Postles, D. Oxford: Leopard Head's Press. 25-45.
- Smith, M.T. (2000). Modelling the economic and human costs of foundling care in the Azores, Portugal. In Abandoned Children. Panter-Brick, C. & Smith, M.T. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 57-69.
- Smith, M.T. (2000). The potential of historical demography. In The Archaeology of the Mediterranean Landscape, 1. Reconstructing Past Population Trends in Mediterranean Europe (3000 BC-AD 1800). Bintliff, J. & Sbonias, K. Oxford: Oxbow Books. 145-152.
- Smith, M.T. (1998). Genetic Adaptation. In Human Adaptation. Harrison, G.A. & Morphy, H. Oxford: Berg. 1-54.
- 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.
- Day, C. & Smith, M.T. (2013). Cousin marriage in south-western England in the 19th century. Journal of Biosocial Science 45(3): 405-414.
- Burnett, J.A,, Hughes, K., MacRaild, D.M. & Smith, M.T. (2012). Scottish migrants in the northern ‘Irish Sea industrial zone’. Northern History 49(1): 75.
- Solar, P. & Smith, M.T. (2009). Background migration: the Irish (and other strangers) in mid-Victorian Hertfortshire. Local Population Studies 82: 44-62.
- Smith, MT & MacRaild, DM (2009). Nineteenth-century population structure of Ireland and of the Irish in England and Wales: An analysis by isonymy. American Journal of Human Biology 21(3): 283-289.
- Smith, MT & MacRaild, DM (2009). Paddy and Biddy no more: an evolutionary analysis of the decline in Irish Catholic forenames among descendants of 19th century Irish migrants to Britain. Annals of Human Biology 36(5): 595-608.
- Smith, M.T. & MacRaild, D.M. (2009). The Irish in the mining industry in England and Wales: Evidence from the 1881 census. Irish Economic and Social History 36(1): 37-62.
- Smith, MT & MacRaild, DM (2009). The origins of the Irish in Northern England: an isonymic analysis of data from the 1881 census. Immigrants and Minorities 27(2-3): 152-177.
- Smith, M.T. & Fletcher-Jones, L.J. (2003). ‘Thus the Colliers and their wives’ migration, mate choice and population structure of some County Durham parishes in the mid-nineteenth century. Annals of Human Biology 30(6): 678-692.
- Smith, M.T. (2003). The demography of coastal communities. Local Population Studies 70(Spring): 63-65.
- Smith, M.T. & Bittles, A.H. (2002). Genetic structure of the Ards Peninsula, Northern Ireland: Evidence from civil registers of marriage 1840-1911. Human Biology 74(4): 507-524.
- Hampshire, K. R. & Smith, M. T. (2001). Consanguineous marriage among the Fulani. Human Biology 73(4): 597-603.
- Smith, M. T. (2001). Estimates of cousin marriage and mean inbreeding in the United Kingdom from 'birth briefs'. Journal of biosocial science 33(1): 55-66.
- Lima, M., Smith, M.T., Silva, C., Abade, A., Mayer, F.M. & Coutinho, P. (2001). Natural selection at the MJD locus: Phenotypic diversity, survival and fertility among Machado-Joseph Disease patients from the Azores. Journal of Biosocial Science 33(3): 361-373.
- Smith, M.T. (1998). Genetic variation and Celtic Population History. Cornish Studies 6: 7-22.