Dana Lloyd

Dana Lloyd

PhD Candidate


514 Hall of Languages


  • Degree: Began Ph.D. program in 2011

Dana Lloyd is a Ph.D. student in Religion at Syracuse University. She grew up in Tel Aviv and received her LL.B., LL.M. and M.A. (philosophy) degrees from Tel Aviv University. She practiced law for several years, focusing on human rights law and labor law, before moving to the U.S. and starting her doctoral studies. She studies the relation between law and religion, and more specifically, the relation between religious freedom and land rights, in the U.S. and in Israel/Palestine. Her dissertation project is entitled “Between God and Land: On Sovereignty, Indigeneity, and Religious Freedom.” Her other interests include philosophy of religion, religion and politics, and feminist theory.