*Mathematics*

“A Bohr-Mollerup Theorem for Interpolating Triangular Numbers” (with Jingyi Wu, Middlebury 2017). *Journal of Convex Analysis*, vol. 25, no. 1, 2018.

*“*Slow points for functions in the Zygmund Class Lambda-star”** **(with Loren Pitt and Milne Anderson). *The Real Analysis Exchange, *vol. 32 no. 1, 2007.

*“*The Boundedness of the Riesz projection on spaces with weights” (with Irina Marinov, Middlebury 1998). *Pacific Journal of Mathematics* vol. 198 No. 2, 2001.

“Reliable mobile robot navigation from unreliable visual cues” (with Amy Briggs and Daniel Scharstein). *Algorithmic Foundations of Robotics, *WAFR 2000.

“A General prediction theorem for unbounded weights” (with Bruce Hanson). *Houston Mathematics Journal*vol 25, no. 2, 1999.

“A Unified approach to some prediction problems.” *Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society*, vol 123, February 1995.

** Mathematics and Theater**

“The Mathematical Heart of Tom Stoppard.” *Modern Drama*, issue 67.1. (to appear)

“The Turing Test on the Human Stage.” *Bridges 2023 Conference Proceedings*, July 2023.

“Order versus Randomness: What math can teach us about the stage.” Literary Hub (http://lithub.com), June 9, 2023.

“Review: The Mathematics of Being Human.” *Notices of the American Mathematical Society*, Vol 63, no. 01, January 2016.

“The Dramatic Life of Mathematics: A Centennial History of the Intersection of Mathematics and Theater.” *A Century of Advancing Mathematics*, Mathematical Association of America, Washinton D.C., 2015.

“Simon McBurney’s Ambitious Pursuit of the Pure Math Play.” *Interdisciplinary Science Reviews* (special issue on New Directions in Theatre and Science), Vol 39, no. 3, February 2014.

“Science as Art in Contemporary Theater.” *The* *Education Letter *published by Queen’s University, Kingston Ontario, Spring 2013.

“A Disappearing Number.” *Math Horizons*, Vol 16, no. 4, April 2009.

“A Mathematical *Proof* or Not?” *Math Horizons*, Vol 13, no. 3, February 2006.

“Lost in Shakespace.” *FOCUS*, Mathematical Association of America, December 2005.

“A Beautiful Mind.”** ***Math Horizons***, **Vol 9, no. 4, April 2002.

“Turning Theorems into Plays.”* **Math Horizons*, Vol 7, no. 1, September 1999. Also appears in *The Edge of the Universe: Celebrating Ten Years of Math Horizons*, Mathematical Association of America, Washington D.C., 2006.

** Pedagogy and Recreational Mathematics**

“What to Expect When You’re Electing,” *Math Horizons*, February 2013.

“Conjecture and Proof: A Case of Mistaken Identity in Raphael’s *School of Athens*.” *Bridges 2011 Conference Proceedings*, July 2011.

“My Conversion to Tauism” *Math Horizons*, April 2012.

“A Conversation with Manjul Bhargava,” *Math Horizons*, November 2011.

“A Conversation with Coach Chris Meidt,” *Math Horizons*, September 2009

“When Lions Battle,*”*(with Steve Kennedy), *Math Horizons*, April 2007.

“Making the Epsilons Matter,”* Pedagogical Innovations in Mathematics***, **Mathematical Association of America, November 2005.

“Take A Walk On the Boardwalk: Monopoly and Markov Chains,” (with Matt Richey), *The College Mathematics Journal*, vol. 10, no. 12, May 1997.