Alan Cafruny, the Henry Platt Bristol Professor of International Affairs, presented a paper titled "Economic and Geopolitical Dimensions of the Crisis of the Eurozone" at the International Studies Association annual convention in San Diego.
According to its website, "The International Studies Association (ISA) is the premier organization for connecting those interested in pursuing mutual interests in international studies.
"ISA was founded in 1959 to promote research and education in international affairs. With well over 5,000 members in North America and around the world, ISA is the most well respected and widely known scholarly association in this field. ISA cooperates with 57 international studies organizations in over 30 countries, is a member of the International Social Science Council, and enjoys nongovernmental consultative status with the United Nations."