Bicentennial Lecture Series: “Isaac Hull in Love” – Linda M. Maloney

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War of 1812 Bicentennial Lecture Series

“Isaac Hull in Love” – Linda M. Maloney
Saturday, March 9, 2013   2:00 PM

Join us on Captain Isaac Hull’s birthday as the author of the soon-to-be re-released biography, The Captain from Connecticut: The Life and Naval Times of Isaac Hull, takes us on a visit with Hull between wars, revealing his complex social life and search for a life partner with all its ups and downs.  Maloney brings the man in the portrait to life.

Linda M. Maloney, a native of Houston, Texas, graduated from St. Louis University (A.B., M.A., Ph.D.) and from Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen, Germany (Th.D.). Her first publication on the life of Isaac Hull was an article in the U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings on the 150th anniversary of the battle between Constitution and Guerriere, in 1962. She taught American history in colleges and universities 1968-1979 and New Testament theology in graduate faculties from 1988-1995. She was academic editor at Liturgical Press 1995-2005. Ordained a priest of the Episcopal Church in 2003, she has served mainly in the Diocese of Vermont. Her principal work, The Captain from Connecticut: The Life and Naval Times of Isaac Hull, was first published in 1986 by Northeastern University Press and is due to be reissued by the Naval Institute Press in February 2013.  Reception and book signing to follow.