Books |

Thomas C. Hull (2006). Project Origami: activities for exploring mathematics. 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. 181-191) Natick, MA: A K Peters. |

Journal Articles |

Thomas C. Hull (2011, April). Solving cubics with creases: the work of Beloch and Lill. The American Mathematical Monthly ,118, 307-315. |

Thomas C. Hull and Eric Chang (2011). The flat vertex fold sequences. Origami^5: Fifth International Meeting of Origami Sceince, Mathematics, and Education, 599-607. |

Thomas C. Hull (2009). Configuration spaces for flat vertex folds. Origami^4: Fourth International Meeting of Origami Science, Mathematics, and Education, 361-370. |

Thomas C. Hull (2006, February). H.P. Lovecraft: a horror in higher dimensions. Math Horizons, 10-12. |

Thomas C. Hull (2003). Counting mountain-valley assignments for flat folds. Ars Combinatorica ,67, 175-188. |

sarah-marie belcastro and Thomas Hull (2002). Classifying frieze patterns without using groups. The College Mathematics Journal ,33, 93-98. |

sarah-marie belcastro and Thomas Hull (2002). Modelling the folding of paper into three dimensions using affine transformations. Linear Algebra and its Applications ,348, 273-282. |

Nancy Eaton and Thomas C. Hull (1997). Defective list colorings of planar graphs. Bulletin of the Institute of Combinatorics and its Applications ,25, 79-87. |

Thomas C. Hull (1996). A note on "impossible" paper folding. American Mathematical Monthly ,103, 242-243. |

Thomas C. Hull (1994). On the mathematics of flat origamis. Congressus Numerantium ,100, 215-224. |