|born on||6 February 1906 at 01:15 (= 01:15 AM )|
|Place||Leipzig, Germany, 51n19, 12e20|
|Timezone||MET h1e (is standard time)|
|Astrology data||16°19' 06°13 Asc. 13°06'|
On 15 September 1925 Lips married Julius Lips , psychologist and anthropologist. After the rise of the Nazis, they left Europe in May 1934 and emigrated to the United States. There, Eva Lips first met Indians. In October 1948 they returned to Leipzig where Julius took the Chair of Anthropology and Comparative Sociology of Law of the University of Leipzig. Her husband died in January 1950 at the age of 54 years and Eva took over the management of the Institute, which was renamed Julius Lips, Department of Anthropology and Comparative Sociology of Law.
Her dissertation was on "hikes and economic systems of the Ojibwa Indians." In 1954, Eva Lips habilitated and received the right to teach anthropology and comparative sociology of law. Her habilitation thesis was published in 1956 under the title "The rice crop of the Ojibwa Indians. Economy and law of harvest people ". In 1966 she became a professor.
In 1987 Eva Lips was awarded an honorary member of the German Society for Ethnology.
She died 24 July 1988, Leipzig.
Arno Müller, vol 3
- Vocation : Science : Sociology (anthropologist)