Selected Recent Publications:
Anelli, C. 2014. Darwin and the Prairie Origins of American Entomology: Benjamin D. Walsh, Pioneer Visionary, pp. 29-70, in America’s Darwin: Darwinian Theory and U.S. Literary Culture, T. Gianquitto and L. Fisher, eds. (Athens: University of Georgia Press)
Anelli, C. 2014. [Book review] Charles Darwin: A Celebration of His Life and Legacy, J. Bradley and J.Lamar, eds. Reports of the National Center for Science Education. In press.
Wu, J.W., Smart, M.D., Anelli, C.M., and W.S. Sheppard. 2012. Honey bees (Apis mellifera) reared in brood combs containing high levels of pesticide residues exhibit increased susceptibility to Nosema (Microsporidia) infection. J. Invertebr. Pathol. 109:326-329.
Anelli, C.M. 2011. Scientific literacy: What is it, are we teaching it, and does it matter? Am. Entomol. 57:235-244.
Johnson, C.M., Anelli, C.M., Galbraith, B.J., and K.A. Green. 2011. Information literacy instruction and assessment in an honors college science fundamentals course. College and Research Libraries 72:533-547.
Wu, J., Anelli, C.M., and W.S. Sheppard. 2011. Sub-lethal effects of pesticide residues in brood comb on worker honey bee (Apis mellifera) development and longevity. PloS One 6:e14720.
Prischmann, D., Steffan, S.A., and Anelli, C.M. 2009. “Insect Myths: An interdisciplinary approach fostering active learning.” Am. Entomol. 55:228-233.
Anelli, C.M. and D. Prischmann. 2009. “Silk batik using beeswax and cochineal dye: an interdisciplinary approach to teaching entomology.” Am. Entomol. 55:95-103.