1: Models of Evolution2: Experimental Design3: Describing Variation4: Recombination5: Population Structure6: The Coalescent7: Direct Selection8: Linked Selection9: Demographic History10: Population GenomicsClick the link on this page to view detailed Contents (pdf).
Matthew W. Hahn is a professor at the Indiana University, Bloomington, Department of Biology and Department of Computer Science, and is a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
"Matt Hahn has produced a gem of a book that I will recommend to all first-year graduate students in evolutionary genetics. He covers a wide range of topics relevant to practitioners of population genetics, and covers sufficient theory for experimentalists to learn how to think in terms of quantitative models. The figures are beautiful and instructive. The author clearly presents the assumptions of many methods, and the possible consequences of violating those assumptions. The "Caveats" section at the end of many chapters will be especially useful to students beginning to interact with the literature in a serious way. The writing is clear, yet conversational, and possesses an energy that makes for satisfying reading."--David Begun, The University of California, Davis "Molecular Population Genetics contains chapters written at a wonderful level for graduate students advancing in this field. Professor Hahn's chapters provide a thorough background on each subject, covering what I would want my own graduate students to understand on each topic."--John Novembre, The University of Chicago