Introduction Part I. Towards an Understanding of Silence and Disclosure 1. Belgium: the heart of a Europe in crisis 2. Moralities of Gender, Sexuality and Kinship: Navigating Silence and Disclosure in Kin Relationships 3. Sexuality in a Transnational Social field: The Family Visit Part II. Hardships of the Heart: Same-Sex Sexualities and Transnational Migration 4. Sexuality and Asylum in Changing Moral Worlds 5. Migration and the Transformations of Intimacy 6. The Pinnacle of Homonormativity? Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Migrants in the Pride Parade Part III. Between Piety and Pleasure: Ambivalence and the Moral Self 7. `Inside I Feel it Seethe and Boil': the Moral Breakdown between Religion and Sexuality 8. `There is Nothing I Can Do!': changing Ritual Practices, Changing Moral Selves Breakdown? On Ambivalence and the Moral Self 8.5. Conclusion Appendix 1. List of Organizations and Participants Notes
Wim Peumans is an associated researcher in the African Centre for Migration and Society at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg. In 2016, he was a postdoctoral fellow at the same center, working on the Andrew Mellon funded project, "Governing Morality: Sexuality, Gender and Asylum in South Africa." As a fellow of the Research Foundation Flanders (FWO - Vlaanderen) he obtained his Ph.D. in social and cultural anthropology at the Interculturalism, Migration and Minorities Research Centre at KU Leuven. He has also been a visiting trainee fellow at the University of Kent - Canterbury. Peumans' Master's thesis was published as a book and his work has appeared in various journals, including Sexualities, the Journal of Diversity and Gender Studies, Studi Emigrazione/Migration Studies.