Also known as: VUP.
- A Life of J. C. Beaglehole: New Zealand Scholar
- A Popular Vision: The Arts and the Left in New Zealand 1930-1950
- Book & Print in New Zealand : A Guide to Print Culture in Aotearoa
- Creating a National Spirit: Celebrating New Zealand's Centennial
- Forest Vines to Snow Tussocks: The Story of New Zealand Plants
- Geoffrey Alley, Librarian: His Life & Work
- Maoriland: New Zealand Literature 1872–1914
- New Zealand's Burning — The Settlers' World in the Mid 1880s
- New Zealand Studies: A Guide to Bibliographic Resources
- Nga kōrero a Reweti Kohere Mā
- Ngā Tohuwhenua Mai Te Rangi: A New Zealand Archeology in Aerial Photographs
- Settler Kaponga 1881–1914 — A Frontier Fragment of the Western World
- State Authority, Indigenous Autonomy: Crown-Maori Relations in New Zealand/Aotearoa 1900-1950
- The Farthest Promised Land — English Villagers, New Zealand Immigrants of the 1870s
- The Trials of Eric Mareo
- Victoria University of Wellington 1899 ~ 1999 A History
- Writing Wellington: Twenty Years of Victoria University Writing Fellows
For several reasons, including lack of resource and inherent ambiguity, not all names in the NZETC are marked-up. This means that finding all references to a topic often involves searching. Search for Victoria University Press as: "Victoria University Press", "VUP". Additional references are often found by searching for just the main name of the topic (the surname in the case of people).
The following collections may have holdings relevant to "Victoria University Press":
- Dictionary of New Zealand Biography, which has entries for many prominent New Zealanders.
- Archives New Zealand, which has collections of maps, plans and posters; immigration passenger lists; and probate records.
- National Library of New Zealand, which has extensive collections of published material.
- Auckland War Memorial Museum, which has extensive holdings on the Auckland region and New Zealand military history.
- Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, which has strong holdings in Tāonga Māori, biological holotypes and New Zealand art.
- nzhistory.net.nz, from the History Group of the Ministry for Culture and Heritage.