1Doctor of Letters.
- ‘She won the Patrick White Literary Award in 1983 and received an honorary DLitt from the University of Sydney in 1986.’
- ‘The archive aims to have the catalog of its entire collection available via the Web by next year, says director Graham Richards, DLitt, a professor of psychology at Staffordshire University.’
- ‘On the same morning, he will be given a Doctor of Letters (DLitt).’
- ‘Perhaps the most important Irish novelist writing today, he counts among his many accolades multiple Arts Council awards and an honorary DLitt from Trinity College, Dublin.’
2Doctor of Literature.
From Latin Doctor Litterarum.
We take a look at several popular, though confusing, punctuation marks.