He has also been conferred with the Doctor of Literature and Philosophy Degree by University of South Africa.
What does DLitt stand for?
DLitt stands for Doctor of Literature
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Earlier in January this year Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina made her two-day maiden visit to Tripura during which she was conferred honorary Doctor of Literature by the Tripura University at the ninth convocation.
Murphy, President, University College Cork, on 1 December 2011 in the Royal College of Physicians in Ireland, on the occasion of the conferring of the Degree of Doctor of Literature, honoris causa, on Professor Maureen O'Rourke Murphy.
He scooped the Science/Fantasy Author of the Year title at the British Book Awards in 1994; became an honorary Doctor of Literature at Warwick University in 1999 and has been awarded an OBE for services to literature.
The writer is in fact Jan Arnald, a doctor of literature who has also written two books that have been published under his own name, in addition to the five published as Arne Dahl.
The Rt Rev Dominic Walker, Bishop of Reading Born in 1948, Dominic Walker gained a Masters degree in pastoral theology from the Jesuits at Heythrop College, London in 1998 and a Doctor of Literature in 1999.