Cavell and DialecticNo. 9 (2021)
This issue explores some of Cavell's intellectual debts to Hegel.
Feeling ItNo. 8 (2020)
This issue focuses on philosophical dispensations of seeing the world in a "mooded" way.
Acknowledging Stanley CavellNo. 7 (2019)
This special commemorative issue, guest-edited by David LaRocca, gathers together reflections on Stanley Cavell's life and legacy in the wake of his death in June 2018.
Cavell after Cavell: A Philosophy without TearsNo. 6 (2018)
This special issue, guest-edited by David Pérez-Chico, is the first issue released after Stanley's passing in June of this year. A warm prelude to a commemorative issue upcoming.
This issue, which deals with politics and aesthetics (i.e. philosophy and poetry), features long political-philosophical exegesis on the promise of Cavellian praxis (in the classroom and beyond) and short pieces of Cavellian inflected poetry.
Cavell and LiteratureNo. 4 (2016)
Literary cameos in this issue include Jane Austen, Charles Baudelaire, Marcel Proust, and Samuel Beckett (and no Shakespeare, a relief to some, a scandal to others).
Cavell and HistoryNo. 3 (2015)
Contributors to this issue discuss the relationship of Cavell's writings to some historical goings-on, whether in film-history, philosophical debate, or Vietnam.
Themes from CavellNo. 2 (2014)
Informally titled "Cavell down Under," this special issue (guest-edited by David Macarthur) gathers together Conference proceedings which took place in the Philosophy Department at the University of Sydney, Australia, on February 27–28, 2012.
GenesisNo. 1 (2013)
The first issue of Conversations is themed around Stanley's autobiographical writings.