Publications
Books 
Thomas C. Hull (2012). Project Origami: activities for exploring mathematics, 2nd Edition. MA: AK Peters/CRC Press. 
Thomas C. Hull (2002). Origami^3: Third International Meeting of Origami Science, Math, and Education. MA: AK Peters/CRC Press. 
Book Chapters 
Thomas C. Hull (2009). Folding regular heptagons. In E. Pegg, A. Schoen, T. Rogers (Eds.), Homage to a Pied Puzzler (pp. 181191) Natick, MA: A K Peters. 
Journal Articles 
J.H. Na, A. A. Evans, J. Bae, M. C. Chiappelli, C. D. Santangelo, R. J. Lang, T. C. Hull, and R. C. Hayward (2015, January). Programming reversibly selffolding origami with micropatterned photocrosslinkable polymer trilayers. Advanced Materials ,27, 7985. 
B. Ballinger, M. Damian, D. Eppstein, R. Flatland, J. Ginepro, T. Hull (2015). Minimum forcing sets for Miura folding patterns. ACMSIAM Symposium on Discrete Algorithms (SODA15), 136147. 
Jessica Ginepro and Thomas C. Hull (2014, November). Counting Miuraori Foldings. Journal of Integer Sequences ,17, Article 14.10.8. 
J. L. Silverberg, A. A. Evans, Lauren McLeod, Ryan Hayward, Thomas Hull, Christian D. Santangelo, I. Cohen (2014, August). Using origami design principles to fold reprogrammable mechanical metamaterials. Science ,345, 647650. 
Thomas C. Hull (2011, April). Solving cubics with creases: the work of Beloch and Lill. The American Mathematical Monthly ,118, 307315. 
Thomas C. Hull and Eric Chang (2011). The flat vertex fold sequences. Origami^5: Fifth International Meeting of Origami Sceince, Mathematics, and Education, 599607. 
Thomas C. Hull (2009). Configuration spaces for flat vertex folds. Origami^4: Fourth International Meeting of Origami Science, Mathematics, and Education, 361370. 
Thomas C. Hull (2006, February). H.P. Lovecraft: a horror in higher dimensions. Math Horizons, 1012. 
Thomas C. Hull (2003). Counting mountainvalley assignments for flat folds. Ars Combinatorica ,67, 175188. 
sarahmarie belcastro and Thomas Hull (2002). Classifying frieze patterns without using groups. The College Mathematics Journal ,33, 9398. 
sarahmarie belcastro and Thomas Hull (2002). Modelling the folding of paper into three dimensions using affine transformations. Linear Algebra and its Applications ,348, 273282. 
Nancy Eaton and Thomas C. Hull (1997). Defective list colorings of planar graphs. Bulletin of the Institute of Combinatorics and its Applications ,25, 7987. 
Thomas C. Hull (1996). A note on "impossible" paper folding. American Mathematical Monthly ,103, 242243. 
Thomas C. Hull (1994). On the mathematics of flat origamis. Congressus Numerantium ,100, 215224. 
