(c. 1310/20 – c. 1375) Physician and talmudic scholar. Although is not so well-known as Moshe ben Nahman or Solomon ben Adret, he is an outstanding figure in Medieval talmudic studies. Twelve of his derashot are extant and research about Ran is developping in last years.
- Derashot ha-Ran, ed. Leon Aryeh Feldman (Jerusalem: Shalem, 1974) (2nd. ed. Jerusalem: Mosad ha-Rav Kook, 2003).
- Feldman, Leon A. «R. Nissim ben Reuben Gerondi Archival Data from Barcelona». in A Mirsky, Grossman and Kaplan (eds.). Exile and Diaspora. Ben-Zvi Institute. Jerusalem, 1991.
Zev Harvey, Warren, «Liberal Democratic Themes in Nissim of Girona» in Studies in Medieval Jewish History and Culture, ed. Isadore Twersky and Jay M. Harris (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2001), 3:197-211.
- «Rabbi Nissim of Girona on the Heavenly Court, Truth and Justice», in Ari Mermelstein, Shalom E, Holtz (eds.), The Divine Courtroom in Comparative Perspective. Leiden: Brill, 2014, p. 69-75. (GoogleBooks)