Two new articles in The Journal of Genealogy and Family History

How successful is commercial DNA testing in resolving British & Irish cases of unknown parentage? by Maurice Gleeson, Donna Rutherford, John Cleary, Michelle Leonard.

This study is the first to characterise the type of people trying to resolve unknown parentage cases in the UK and Ireland, and how successful their efforts are, using commercial DTC (direct-to-consumer) DNA tests.

Writing That Is Not Written: Clues, the Unconscious, the Indirect, and Traces; What Genealogy Can Learn from Microhistory. by Stephen B. Hatton

The article lists six characteristics of microhistory and argues that genealogy is not microhistory though the two share a focus on small scale groups or people.

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