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- Polynomial cubic differentials and convex polygons in the projective plane (with Michael Wolf).
Geometric and Functional Analysis 25 (2015), no. 6, 1734-1798.
- Skinning maps are finite-to-one.
Acta Mathematica 215 (2015), no. 1, 55-126.
- Holonomy limits of complex projective structures.
- Grafting lines fellow travel Teichmüller geodesics (with Young-Eun Choi and Kasra Rafi).
International Mathematics Research Notices 2012 (2012), 2445-2492.
- Bers slices are Zariski dense (with Richard Kent).
Journal of Topology 2 (2009), no. 2, 373-379.
- Survey: Complex projective structures.
In Handbook of Teichmüller Theory, Volume II. Ed. Athanase Papadopoulos. EMS, 2009.
- Slicing, skinning, and grafting (with Richard Kent).
American Journal of Mathematics 131 (2009), no. 5, 1419-1429.
- Projective structures, grafting, and measured laminations (with Michael Wolf).
Geometry & Topology 12 (2008), no. 1, 351-386.
- Distribution of intersection lengths of a random geodesic with a geodesic lamination (with Martin Bridgeman).
Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems 27 (2007), no. 4, 1055-1072.
- The Schwarzian derivative and measured laminations on Riemann surfaces.
Duke Mathematical Journal 140 (2007), no. 2, 203-243.
- Grafting, pruning, and the antipodal Map on Measured Laminations.
The PDF linked here is an updated version of the paper published in J. Diff. Geom. 74 (2006), 93-118. It includes the correction that is the subject of this erratum.
Journal link: article / erratum
- Experiments with skinning maps (with Richard Kent).
- Complex deformations of real Anosov surface groups (with Andrew Sanders).
- Coarse and fine geometry of the Thurston metric (with Ania Lenzhen, Kasra Rafi, and Jing Tao).
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