Some of our more captivating stories continue to circulate around the news. What has captured your attention this week?
1. “Which History in Obergefell v. Hodges?” – Historian Nancy Cott spins the classic feminist studies question “which women” and discusses the case in which she was cited.
2. “The Many Deaths of Captain Kidd” – While everyone else is worried with sharks, we’re still focused on pirates
3. “20 Years Since the Srebrenica Massacre” – Saturday, July 10, marks the 20th anniversary of the massacre in Bosnia. This stunning photojournalist essay is an important reminder but a warning that it does not shy from some of the atrocities of war.