Acknowledgements Governance from a feminist psychosocial perspective Governing subjects, repression and equality Ordering differentiation : reconfiguring governance as relational politics The relational politics of governance Governing subjectivities : the politics of ontological detachment and relational connection The circulation and distribution of bad feeling Resisting the happy governmentalities of diversity Sustaining collective challenges to policy monoliths Equalities policy as relational hinterland Conclusions: mobilising hopeful fictions through differentiated uncertainties References. pt. 1. Governance from a feminist psychosocial perspective pt. 2. The relational politics of governance.