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Color-induced subgraphs dual to Hamilton cycles of embedded cubic graphs, Australas. J. Combin. 81(2) (2021), 319--333. (open access)
Color-induced subgraphs of Grünbaum colorings of triangulations, with R. Haas, Australas. J. Combin. 79(3) (2021), 461--475. (open access)
Edge-Kempe-equivalence graphs of class 1 k-regular graphs, with R. Haas, Australasian J. Combinatorics 69(2) (2017), 197--214. (open access)
Small snarks and 6-chromatic triangulations on the Klein bottle, Australasian J. Combinatorics, 65(3) (2016), 232--250. (open access)
An Elementary Computation of the Conway Polynomial for (m,3) and (m,4) Torus Links, with D. Rowland, Journal of Combinatorial Mathematics and Combinatorial Computing, 96 (February 2016), 159--170.
Triangle-free Uniquely 3-Edge Colorable Cubic Graphs, with R. Haas, Contributions to Discrete Math. 10(2) (2015), 39--44. (open access)
Counting edge-Kempe-equivalence classes for 3-edge-colored cubic graphs, with R. Haas, Discrete Mathematics, 325 (28 June 2014), 77--84. (find it on the arXiv)
Every Topological Surface Can Be Knit: A Proof, Journal of Mathematics and the Arts, 3(2) June 2009, 67--83.
Families of Dot-Product Snarks on Orientable Surfaces of Low Genus, with J. Kaminski, Graphs and Combinatorics. 23(3) June 2007, 229--240.
Modelling the Folding of Paper into Three Dimensions, with T.C. Hull. Linear Algebra and Its Applications. 348 (2002), 273--282. (open archive)
A Mathematical Model for Non-Flat Origami, with T.C. Hull, in Origami3: Third International Meeting of Origami, Science, Mathematics and Education, A K Peters, Ltd. (2002), 39--51. (also appears in the Japanese edition; not all papers were included.)
Counting Centralizers in Finite Groups, with G. J. Sherman, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Technical Report Series, Mathematics, MS TR 91-04
Discrete Mathematics with Ducks, textbook, 2nd ed. CRC Press (2018); 1st ed. A K Peters (2012).
Knitting Torus Knots and Links, chapter in Figuring Fibers, asst. ed., chief ed. C. Yackel, AMS (2018).
Ask Questions to Encourage Questions Asked, PRIMUS, 27(2), 2017, 171--178.
Do the Twist! (on polygon-base boxes), with T. Veenstra, The College Math. J., 47(5) November 2016, 340--345.
Symmetric Colorings of Polypolyhedra, with T. Hull, Origami6 1: Mathematics, AMS (2015), 21--31.
Adventures in Mathematical Knitting. American Scientist, 101(2), March-April 2013, 124--133; reprinted in The Best Writing on Mathematics 2014, Ed. Mircea Pitici, Princeton University Press, pp. 128--143.
Cutting Space into Regions with Four Planes. Wolfram Demonstrations Project
Dancing Mathematics and the Mathematics of Dance, with K. Schaffer. Math Horizons, February 2011, pp. 16--20. reprinted in The Best Writing on Mathematics 2012, Ed. Mircea Pitici, Princeton University Press, pp. 79--92.
Crafting by Concepts, book edited with C. Yackel, A K Peters (2011).
Generalized Helix Striping, chapter
Group Actions in Cross-stitch, chapter with M. Shepherd and C. Yackel
Spherical Symmetries of Temari, chapter with C. Yackel
Constructing Regular n-gonal Twist Boxes, with T. Veenstra, Origami4, A K Peters (2009), 41--49.
Knitting Hyperbolic Pants, Wolfram Demonstrations Project.
The Seven-Colored Torus: mathematically interesting and nontrivial to construct, with C. Yackel, pp. 25–32 in Homage to a Pied Puzzler, ed. by Ed Pegg, Jr., Alan H. Schoen, and Tom Rodgers, A K Peters (2009).
A Conversation with Erik Demaine, with T. Hull, Math Horizons February 2009.
(K)Not cables, braids, with A. Szczepanski and C. Yackel Mitt. Dtsch. Math.-Ver. 16 (2008), no. 1, 26–34.
(K)Not cables, braids, with A. Szczepanski and C. Yackel EMS newsletter, Issue 70, December 2008, pp. 19–25.
Introduction (survey of the field), with C. Yackel
Only Two Knit Stitches Can Create a Torus, chapter
(K)Not Cables, Braids, chapter with A. Szczepanski and C. Yackel
Stop Those Pants!, chapter with C. Yackel
About Knitting, with C. Yackel, Math Horizons November 2006, pp. 24-27+39.
To include more students, don't focus on contests---prepare for mathematics!, February 2004 Mathematics Teacher, Vol. 97 Issue 2, 84--86.
Interpretations of Feminist Philosophy of Science by Feminist Physical Scientists, with J. M. Moran, NWSA Journal, 15 (1) Spring 2003, 20--33.
The Devil is in the Culture: Why You Should Read The Number Devil and other Musings on Mathematical Education and Culture, with A.Howard, Math Horizons November 2002, 16--20 +29.
Active Learning in Abstract Algebra: An Arsenal of Techniques, with L. Burton and M. McDermott, in Innovations in Teaching Abstract Algebra, MAA Notes 60, MAA, 2002, 3--9.
A Teaching Discussion Group in Your Department---It Can Happen, with D. Shaw and D. Thiessen, College Teaching. 50 (1),Winter 2002, 29--33.
The Cantor Set Contains 1/4? Really?, with M. Green, The College Mathematics Journal, 32 (1) 2001, 60--61.
Quick Craft—Modified Circular Needles, CRAFT: magazine, vol. 1, issue 2, Winter 2007.
What Will They Do This Summer?, with M. Bernstein, FOCUS May/June 2005, 29.
Book Review: Feminist Science Studies: A New Generation, AWM Newsletter, 32 (4) July-August 2002, 7 - 12.
You Do the Math, KnitNet feature article, November 2001
Finding your Second Job: A Summary, with M. Prophet, FOCUS May/June 2000
Finding your Second Job, with M. Prophet, Concerns of Young Mathematicians,Vol. 8, Issue 2, February 2000
Commentary: The Job Market vs. the Employment Center, in Concerns of Young Mathematicians,Volume 8, Issue 2, February 2000