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LittD

abbr.
Latin Litterarum Doctor (Doctor of Letters; Doctor of Literature)
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LittD

or

LitD

abbreviation for
(Education) Doctor of Letters or Doctor of Literature
[Latin: Litterarum Doctor]
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Bowman, MA, LittD (Figure 1), president of the University of Iowa (Iowa City, Iowa) and former secretary of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching (Stanford, California), was appointed the ACS director of education.
The Editorial Board would consist of Prof M Grant (OBE, MA, LittD), Vice-Chancellor, University of Khartoum; Prof W Rollo (DLitt, LittD, University of Cape Town); Prof T B L Webster (MA, FBA), University College, London (British Editor); and Dr T F Carney (BA, PhD), University College of Rhodesia and Nyasaland.
See also Order of Canada: George FG Stanley, CC, CD, PhD, LittD, FRSC, online: The Governor General of Canada <http://www.
For that work he was awarded the university's Harbison-Higinbotham research scholarship and shortly after in 1928, a LittD. His research efforts made his academic reputation and in 1935 he was appointed to the chair in economics at the University of Tasmania.
He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature and a Fellow of the British Academy, has been inducted into the Order of the British Empire, and has been granted an honorary LittD degree by the University of East Anglia.