The Oral History of Vilnius University contains more than 500 interviews on soviet and post-soviet transformations with:
- publishers of the Chronicle of Catholic Church of Lithuania (the most long-lived samizdat periodical in the Soviet Union) and other samizdat periodicals (“Perspektyvos”, “Vytis”, “Laisvės šauklys”, Rūpintojėlis”, “Pastogė”);
- activists of cultural anti-communist opposition in Lithuania (catholic underground, ethno-cultural movement, youth rock sub-culture, intellectuals, greens, etc.);
- activists of Sąjūdis in Vilnius, Kaunas, Klaipėda and in the provinces of Lithuania.
- soviet Lithuanian nomenklatura.