Christopher Griffin is from the West of Ireland and studied at Trinity College and University College in Dublin, where earned a first-class Master’s in Anglo-Irish Studies. His studies included Gaelic. He took more graduate courses at the University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee. He has published many articles and theatre reviews. He has worked in England. He has visited the Normandy beaches, as well as the Bayeux and the D-Day Museum. He has taught many courses relevant to the Celtic Lands itinerary while a professor of humanities at Strayer University for 28 years in Washington, DC. His courses in humanities have involved much pre-history and history and other aspects of civilization and cultures. Also, for the past 20 years, he has led numerous classes on various interests at Politics and Prose bookstore in DC. For over seven years Christopher has been a lecturer in English at The George Washington University, where he teaches poetry, drama, and fiction. He has been a study leader on three Smithsonian journeys, including “The Emerald Isle” and a transatlantic cruise. During the cruise he experienced the south coast of England, including Cornwall and Southampton.