Patterson, Evelyn J. and Lallen T. Johnson. In Press. “Structural Inequality and COVID-19 Mortality in Chicago: An Ecological Analysis.” Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities.
Patterson, Evelyn J., Andrea Becker, and Darwin Baluran. 2022. “Gendered Racism on the Body: An Intersectional Approach to Maternal Mortality in the United States.” Population Research and Policy Review 41: 1261-1294.
Gutierrez, Carmen and Evelyn J. Patterson. 2021. “Risk and Implications of COVID-19 among the Community Supervised Population.” Criminology and Public Policy 20(3): 437-461.
Baluran, Darwin A. and Evelyn J. Patterson. 2021. “Examining Ethnic Variations in Life Expectancy among Asians in the United States, 2012-2016.” Demography 58(5): 1631-1654.
Erving, Christy L., Evelyn J. Patterson, and Jaqueline Boone. 2021. “Black Women’s Mental Health Matters: Theoretical Perspectives and Future Directions.” Sociology Compass 15(9):e12919.
Patterson, Evelyn J., Ryan D. Talbert, and Tony N. Brown. 2021. “Familial Incarceration, Social Role Combinations, and Mental Health among African American Women.” Journal of Marriage and Family 83: 86-101.
Patterson, Evelyn J. and Helena Dagadu. 2016. “Fractures in the Color Line: Consequences of Constructions of Race and Ethnicity on Measures of Imprisonment.” Sociology of Race andEthnicity 2(1): 10-26.
Patterson, Evelyn J. and Chris Wildeman. 2015. “Mass Imprisonment and the Life Course Revisited: Cumulative Years Lost to Incarceration for Working-Age White and Black Men.” SocialScience Research 53: 325-337.
Zuberi, Tukufu, Evelyn J. Patterson, and Quincy T. Stewart. 2015. “Race, Methodology, and Social Construction in the Genomic Era.” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 661: 86-108. (invited)
Patterson, Evelyn J. 2013. “The Dose-Response of Time Served in Prison on Mortality: New York State, 1989-2003.” American Journal of Public Health 103(3): 523-528.
Patterson, Evelyn J. 2010. “Incarcerating Death: Mortality in U.S. State Correctional Facilities, 1985-1998.” Demography 47(3): 587-607.