Doctor of Humane Letters
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The degree of Doctor of Humane Letters (Latin: Litterarum humanarum doctor; DHumLitt​; DHL; or LHD) is usually conferred as an honorary degree to those who have distinguished themselves in humanitarian and development professionalism.
As a senior doctorate, Doctor of Humane Letters degrees are normally listed after any earned academic degrees, including doctorates awarded on the basis of research, such as Doctor of Philosophy​, Doctor of Science, Doctor of Education​, or Doctor of Theology​.​[1]
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^ "Doctor of Humane Letters." WordNet 3.0. Retrieved October 16, 2013

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