Rossi receives TAA Publication Grant

Federico M. RossiFederico Rossi, at the Universidad Torcuato Di Tella – CONICET, received a TAA Publication Grant to defray expenses for copyediting related to the publication of his journal article entitled, “The Second Wave of Incorporation in Latin America: A Conceptualization of the Quest for Inclusion Applied to Argentina”, published by Wiley in Latin American Politics and Society (57:1).

“The support TAA gave me is crucial to allowing me to sustain my productivity in English,” said Rossi. “Before knowing TAA, I was quite worried about needing to reduce my publication plans because of lack of resources. Now I know that I can count on TAA!”

TAA members can apply for a grant of up to $1,000 to offset expenses incurred in publishing already accepted print scholarly journal articles and academic books, including academic journal page costs or university press subventions; the cost of preparing artwork, charts, diagrams, or images to be included in accepted journal articles or academic books; and journal reprint costs. (Non-members can apply for grants of up to $250.) Learn more about TAA’s Publication Grant program or apply.

About Kim Pawlak

Kim Pawlak is Director of Publishing & Operations for the Textbook & Academic Authors Association (TAA). She has been writing about the textbook and academic authoring and publishing industry for 20 years.