"Kelly Patterson received her PhD in Urban Studies from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Her dissertation was “African American Women Overcoming Discrimination: The Effects of Racial Identity, Social Support and Self Esteem on Life Satisfaction.” Her professional interests include: Spatial issues in access to and delivery of social services, Residential housing patterns of impoverished populations, Fair housing advocacy, The role of community-based housing organizations in urban neighborhoods and Subsidized housing.
|Municipal property acquisition patterns in a shrinking city, Evidence for the persistence of an urban growth paradigm in Buffalo, NY|
|William Worthy’s Concept of "Institutional Rape" Revisited: Anchor Institutions and Residential Displacement in Buffalo, NY|
|Chasing a Paper Tiger: Evaluating Buffalo’s Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice|
|Dawn of the Dead City: An Exploratory Analysis of Vacant Addresses in Buffalo, NY 2008 to 2010|
|How local public administrators, nonprofit providers, and elected officials perceive impediments to fair housing in the suburbs: an analysis of Erie County, New York|
|Building a Better Neighborhood Housing Partnership|
|Housing Service Agency Structural Definition Report|