Chairim is a heritage professional with a solid educational foundation in the disciplines of history, cultural studies and heritage management. Chairim has demonstrated skills in research using a range of primary and secondary sources, especially in relation to social history and built heritage places. With her knowledge of history and cultural heritage, Chairim’s expertise includes historical research, critical analysis, report writing, fieldwork and project administration.
At Context, Chairim’s work concentrates on providing project support in a diverse range of disciplines, utilising her skills and knowledge. In particular, she has provided historical research as part of Context’s municipal heritage studies and other advisory services.
I believe that the layers of uses are what fulfill the built environment, and that caring for the site-specific context of a space will lead to a sustainable future of our towns and cities.
Master of Urban and Cultural Heritage, University of Melbourne
Bachelor of Arts (Honours) (Japanese Studies), Monash University
Bachelor of Arts (Art History and Japanese), University of Melbourne