The following researchers have found and translated one or more of the Acts in this work:
Isabella Azieb Debas
Isabella Azieb Debas graduated from the Johann-Wolfgang Goethe University in Frankfurt, Germany, with a Bachelor of Arts in History, and a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology in 2004, and a Master’s in Political Science, in 2008.
Mehmet Guclu earned his Bachelor of Arts in Business in 2009 from Ansbach University of Applied Sciences in Germany. His Turkish parents immigrated to Germany in the ’70s where Turkish was spoken in the home, but German in school. Mehmet has an interest in history and documentaries, mostly about World War II. He now lives in the United States with his wife.
Dominik Jacobs received a BA in Political Science from UCLA in 2007, and a BS in Psychology from the University of Oregon in 2009. In love with the English language, Dominik Jacobs left Germany for the U.S. as a young man. Shaped by his own immigrant experience, he cares deeply about 21st-century minorities such as transgender individuals and victims of digital bullying.
Joan Paez received her Bachelor of Arts in Ancient History from UCLA and her Master’s in Classics from the University of California, Irvine. Her academic interests include Ancient Greek and Latin language and literature; late Roman Empire; and literary theory.
Ziba Shadjaani is a cum laude graduate of USC’s School of Cinematic Arts in 1999, and an award-winning writer and filmmaker. Born in Iran, she grew up in Hamburg, Germany. She then moved to Los Angeles in 1993 where she not only got involved in the film industry but also became an active promoter of American educational institutions as the Executive Vice President of the International Education Service. She resigned her post as VP to pursue other projects.
Franziska Wagener is a freelance translator from Germany. She graduated from the Georg-August-University Goettingen with a Master’s Degree in Theology in 2011. After graduating, she started working on her PhD in Church History and was a research associate at the Department for Systematic Theology / Dogmatics and Church History at the Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg. Her area of interest is Early Christian Apologetic writings. In 2012 she came to the USA with her husband and graduated in 2014 from a hospital chaplain residency program at UCLA in Westwood.