[...]this engagement with beliefs and ideas led Ivan to promote die study of the social person and how notions of personhood and die enactment of beliefs, as well as other social goals, are bound up with the exertion of power. Besides these fields being determined by strategies pursued by differ- ent groups in space, they were also determined by time, as persons aged and their ties and needs changed. [...]Ivan's analysis also owed much to Fortes's concept of the developmental cycle of domestic groups and the way social groups change over space and time, an idea that was also taken up by Edmund Leach, Fortes's colleague at Cambridge.\n Ivan never lost his idealism, though it was coupled with some justified skepticism.
In MeMorIaM Ivan Karp August 27, 1943–September 17, 2011 T. o. Beidelman New York University email@example.com Ivan Karp died shortly after retiring from his professorship in the Gradu- ate Institute of Liberal Arts and t
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