Using the plural “literatures” is rather rare (it is not even listed in most dictionaries), but it possible. For example, the following quotation comes from the American Journal of Public Health:
V oS is woven by Alan Liu of the U. California, Santa Barbara, English Department with a team of department graduate students and others. Robert Adlington and Jeremy Douglass developed the SQL Server database and ASP and VB code for the site (their creative ideas were instrumental to the project). Brian Reynolds built the server machine for the database, integrated it with the separate Web server, and oversaw networking. Bo Kinloch took the lead in graphic design. And Andrea Fontenot, Christien Hoffpauir, and Jennifer Jones assisted with editing and other tasks during the migration to the new format.
Literature , in its broadest sense, is any single body of written works. More restrictively, literature is writing that is considered to be an art form, or ...
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