Marc Rerceretnam

Marc Rerceretnam

PHA NSW Accreditation

Professional Member


Yesteryear Heritage Researchers (ABN 36 315 858 978) are Sydney-based experts in historical Australian and international desktop and field research. Th principal researcher has 18 years of professional research experience and over 23 years including time completing a doctoral degree.

Yesteryear is a small, flexible and dynamic organisation which can fit in to your organisation's diverse budget and needs.

The fields covered are diverse, from economic development in Western Sydney, children's welfare, transport economics, British colonial administration and government, political empowerment, religious institutions, political movements, family lineages and networks and even the social history of Australian cycling.

Head researcher Marc Rerceretnam is also a 'professional' level member (2018-9) of the Professional Historians Association of NSW & ACT. Marc was also a Local Government Councillor with Ashfield Council (now Inner West Council) from 2004 to 2012.

In 2019 he received an international Fellowship from the Singapore National Library Board - ‘Lee Kong Chian Fellowship’.

We also specialise in project managing events and developing media strategies. If you have an event which needs to be contextualized and planned. Talk to us.

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Area of Expertise

1. General historical, research and report writing.

2. Editorial of journals, magazines and newsletters.

3. Conducting oral interviews and interpretation of archival materials.

4. House and regional histories and interpretation of archival Council documents.

5. Running surveys on a variety of social, economic and political matters.

6. Implement, organisation and overseeing of public events.

Publications/Past Work

           Sporting Traditions, Nov. 2018, Vol. 35, No. 2, pp. 1-17. 

Cycle History 29, The International Cycling History Conference (ICHC) Publications Committee, Verona, NJ, USA.

Sporting Traditions, (Under Review)