This collection contains materials gathered by professor Stanton A. Glantz in the course of his anti-tobacco work. It is comprised
primarily of drafts and copies of tobacco-related articles written or co-written by Glantz and video tapes of Glantz's television
appearances. Included are drafts of the
Journal of the American Medical Association articles based on his work with the Brown & Williamson Collection, and a video tape of a speech on the same topic that Glantz
gave at Sarah Lawrence College in 1997. Also included are materials from his service with the Statewide Air Pollution Resource
Center (SAPRC), and other tobacco-related videos and materials.
Stanton Arnold Glantz is a professor in the Department of Medicine, School of Medicine, at the University of California, San
Francisco, and a well-known anti-tobacco activist and writer. In 1994, Glantz donated to the UCSF Tobacco Control Archives
his research files based on copies of internal tobacco industry documents, which are known as the Brown & Williamson Collection.
He is the a co-author (with John Slade, Lisa A. Bero, Peter Hanauer, and Deborah E. Barnes) of
The Cigarette Papers (Berkeley: University of California Press, c1996), and numerous articles based on the Brown & Williamson industry documents,
as well as a series of reports on the tobacco industry and anti-tobacco activities around the country.
Copyright has not been assigned to the Library & Center for Knowledge Management. All requests for permission to publish or
quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Head of Archives & Special Collections. Permission for publication
is given on behalf of the Library & Center for Knowledge Management as the owner of the physical items and is not intended
to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained by the reader.