Aleksey is a historian, editor and contributor to Novaja Europa internet magazine; Center of European Studies (Minsk) employee, a CASE (Lithuania) scholarship holder, a PhD student, the head of Public History concentration at European College of Liberal Arts in Belarus. He is a co-author of several multi-authored monographs such as After the Soviet Marxism: History, Philosophy, Sociology and Psychoanalysis in National Contexts (Belarus and Ukraine) (Vilnius, 2013) and The Ways of Europeanization of Belarus: between Politics and Identity Construction (1991–2010) (Minsk, 2011).
The Genesis, Main problems and European Dimension of the Historical Policy in Belarus// The Ways of Europeanization of Belarus: between Politics and Identity Construction (1991–2010) Under the editorship of O. Shparaga. – Minsk: I.P. Logvinov, 2011. P. 155-198.
Always Others or How to Find a Place for Jews in the Belarusian History // pARTizan, Edition 22 (2012). P. 6–10.