Oh, very cool! I was actually introduced to Vinthagen by another professor of mine, whose area is political violence and post-conflict transition.
If you were into Vinthagen's work, I'd recommend that you check out the UMass Amherst Resistance Studies initiative (which he heads), as they're involved in a number of upcoming actions.
It's been very interesting chatting with Vinthagen, particularly around protest as a primary form of resistance, as well as how he's seeing Everyday Resistance manifesting under a remote-work paradigm.
I had to laugh as one person in a group my org facilitated the other day refuses to turn on their camera or microphone, which again, drove home the point that in the US, people are mostly casting protests from democratic/democratic-leaning groups as "resistance" while casting what republican/republican-leaning groups as decidedly "something else".
I will check out Whispering Truth to Power, as one of my research interests is organizational silence, which I believe also manifests elsewhere as societal silence. Cheers!